Adjust Yourself, Not Your Opponent
First you make contact, then you adjust yourself, in the end you defeat your opponent. This process is what we generally call “Adjust yourself, not your opponent”.
On making the initial contact,must be present. As soon as you touch your opponent you must establish superiority over him/her. You must be lose advantage.
If you succeed in dealing with the initial contact, you already have won half the battle. Where you make the contact, do not move it. You can only make some minor adjustments. The key to success is whether while holding (Peng) your opponent, you can adjust yourself. Beside the point of contact, adjust the rest of your body to the most advantageous position.
At this point, you can beat you opponent any way you chose to. If it is not the case, your first two steps were not done right.