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Sometimes the hardest thing to do is really look in the mirror. It’s super easy to put our finger outward and away……so much harder to turn it and point between our eyes. One of the most common human habits when … Continue reading
To be a boxer- you have to be comfortable with searching for failure- you have to be excited to see your inefficiencies -you have to be motivated to look for all that is wrong because that is your work. It … Continue reading
Who do you spend time with? How do they make you who you are? James Altucher calls this your ‘scene.’ As Jim Rohn put it, you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. As … Continue reading
It’s not that you always want to be in the gap, it’s that it’s the hardest place to stay calm…..It’s why we practice so much on getting more aware of how we get to, move in, stay or flee the … Continue reading
I don’t spar very much these days so I have to get my testing in daily life via conflicts or intense situations to see how much of my training holds together. This morning while driving to the gym I was … Continue reading
We are coming up on 5 years this October. I look in the mirror each morning and think, “You are doing this?!!” It’s nothing at all like I thought. I had no idea my vision looked like this and now … Continue reading
As I move through my life, I look for gaps in my identity and behavior. Where am I not true to myself, where am I hypocritical? Where am I resisting change? This morning I got up at 4am, made coffee, … Continue reading
The gym is a refuge for many. A refuge for and from what? Boxing is the representation of the rhythms in life. It acts out episodes from our life outside the ropes and illuminates mysteries stuck in the mind. Boxing … Continue reading
It is morning just before dawn. In the distance a plane, boat horn or car cruising by breaks the silence then it returns. I hear each step my bare foot takes on the floor as I slink out of the … Continue reading