Time To Make A Comeback – returning to martial arts after a long break
In reading Randy King‘s book, Selling Out To Your Level of Comfort, the section about setting goals started me thinking about many different things. One of these is how I look forward. I say this because I have found that when I want to get something done, I jump into the deep end and try […]
Motivation is nothing, discipline is the key!
Fall is the perfect time to get back to things that you loved doing. If you have been away from class for any length of time, here’s an article that fits completely! You don’t need to apologize, though. It is your life, enjoy all of it…but don’t leave us out!
RMAA Adult Black Belt Camp 2017
These quotes come from an article written by.Dave Berke for the Business Insider “Discipline drives you to do the work you don’t enjoy, but is required.” If you want someone who will handle adversity, find someone who is disciplined. If you want someone who will conquer fear, find someone who is disciplined. If you want […]
Leadership…made! not born!
Pine Tree Taekwondo, part of the Song Moo Kwan lineage and member of World Song Moo Kwan United, was able to create the opportunity for a Song Moo Kwan Grand Master Roy Bushman and Master Andy Choi to teach at the Regional Martial Arts Alliance’s Adult Black Belt seminar. It was an awesome opportunity for […]
Training Journals Available!
It is often stated that Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. I completely agree with this. I’ve watched as those who claim to lead us only take care of themselves. It is truly sad. This being said, it struck me the other night as I watched the TNT show “Last Ship”. The great struggle that they […]
Do Your Best
You make your students train hard. You have much knowledge to give them. They need a place to make their notes. Here’s an opportunity! We’ve used Kwanjangnim Jeong Woo Kim’s training phrase “Dashi Hanbon” (again, once more) as the inspiration. You can find Training Journals with Covers here!
Starting Over! (Guest post – Becky Jones)
Everyone tries hard but… Did you learn what you needed to BEFORE trying your best? This seems to be one of those “isn’t it obvious that I know what I’m doing” things whenever someone is actively seeking to accomplish the goal. Well…it doesn’t always seem to be true in the martial arts. Between the industry […]
Starting New It’s hard starting something new, and even harder when you find out that everything you thought you already knew is wrong (or at least just slightly off). That’s what it was like leaving the White Tiger family and joining Hwang Yong in Cheltenham, England. I left American a 1st Dan thinking that my […]