Missing the boat?
Back in the early 1980s, I came across two things that changed my thoughts about what I should be doing in life. The first one is from an adventure series called “Ninja Master” by Wade Barker. This is a brain candy series that didn’t have a lot of story but was a fun read. What […]
Having some really cold weather here in Minnesota provided the opportunity to do some searching for more lessons to learn and bring to my students. I found this article “The Big Secret to A Successful Career” on LinkedIn and thought that it not only fit how to be successful in a career but in martial […]
This fits something that was mentioned during our 2014 cuts. Martial artists and athletes give 100% during their training. Every workout is just as tiring and draining as the last. They train so hard that it always “seems” there is no progress. Without the discipline of their art, they would miss the progress that they […]
I highly suggest reading this blog post. It applies to martial artists as well as the law enforcement personnel that prompted it. I am very grateful to have come across such a resource. Outside the box thinking and addressing “softness” by Kasey Keckeisen.