About 20 years ago I stopped writing New Years resolutions.
I don’t even discuss New Years resolutions.
No judgment for those who love writing out their resolutions (check out the photo – thx Steph!!).
This update isn’t anything more than my philosophical POV, so take it or leave it
“This year [...]
“How would you attack you?”
When it comes to personal we all have varying levels of awareness. Common wisdom suggests we watch out for bad-guys! [Scan the perimeter. Check the backseat. Lock the doors.]
So much has been written about the event. I was called, emailed, asked, what should people have done? What would you have done?
This isn’t the first time I’ve been in this position. On December 6, 1989, Montreal made international news when Marc Lepine waltzed into the University of Montreal and shot twenty-eight people before [...]
Relaxation is often directly linked to FEAR. But not the biology of fear – the ‘psychology’ of fear (how you think about fear and the thoughts it pollutes your mind with). You need to define what you fear. Then you need to address those fears. This process will lead to what I refer to as ‘relative relaxation’.
“I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.”
When I started teaching back in 1979 I was told I wouldn’t succeed. I didn’t use ‘belts’ I didn’t have levels… I was told again in the mid 80′s that I wouldn’t survive ‘just’ teaching [...]
I had the great privilege of meeting COL Drew Meyrowich during a recent visit to Ft. Jackson. COL Meyrowich is a warrior’s warrior and took an interest in how our program emphasized and valued the cerebral, cognitive, emotional & psychological facets of a warrior’s arsenal as much, if not more than the physcial attributes. The COL [...]
If someone were to consistently demonstrate a ‘practice’ of non-commitment then what he or she is getting good at is ‘failure’. Whether it is failure, as in falling on their face or failure to follow-through, it is still failure, because the original goals are never being met. Whatever the explanation, typically, it will always comes down [...]
A revealing synopsis of self-defense tips…
Street Self-Defense for Beginners
In many ways we are all beginners in self‑defense. Street violence is chaotic and therefore, cannot be mastered in the way we master an instrument, a tool or a kata. It is easy to become an expert in [...]
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