Tag Archives: Commitment

Repetition

I’m curious about the actions we do and the thoughts we think habitually…..the way we enter certain rooms, the side of the bed we sleep on, the place we set our keys down….We do these things out of habit and not … Continue reading

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Canvas

My life as a coach is a canvas.  It gets stained, cleaned and painted with beautiful interactions. Each footprint leaves a mark on me and forever changes my shape, my views and my future experiences. My job is to create … Continue reading

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GUEST BOXER RORY SANTOS

In 1928, women were struggling for the right to run track and field in the Olympics.  It was common belief that women would ruin their reproductive capabilities and that they were emotionally incapable of handling this type of competition. Fast … Continue reading

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A Big Tournament

Every year one of the biggest tournaments in amateur boxing happens in Independence Missouri.  Boxers from all over the world participate hoping to win the belt in their weight class. Arcaro Boxing will be taking boxers for the first time! … Continue reading

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Boxing is no joke

Being a competitive boxer is no joke.  Saying you want to get in the ring as an amateur or pro takes a commitment beyond anything you can imagine.  But doesn’t anything if you want to be the best? Boxing is … Continue reading

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Actions and desire

Your actions prove what you want.  Your situations and experiences are proof of the decisions you are making and of your deeper motivations.  What a perfect check and balance. Look at your outcomes and ask if you are getting what … Continue reading

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Expectations

I was listening to a podcast from This American Life called “Batman” Part of the podcast is about a man, Daniel Kish who is blind and uses a self taught tongue clicking technique to navigate his surroundings.  Because of his … Continue reading

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Tacoma Golden Gloves 2015

The Golden Gloves is a historical boxing tournament held throughout the U.S.  The first ever Golden Gloves tournament was sponsored by the Chicago Tribune in 1923.  Past winners include Joe Louis, Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Hearns and DeLaHoya. The Golden … Continue reading

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Feeling IT

I’m feeling it today!  What is it? Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth.  To me, the function and duty of a quality human being is the sincere and honest development … Continue reading

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MLK JR DAY AND CHANGE

It’s the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief and once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen. – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This is one of my favorite quotes.  To make change happen, one must … Continue reading

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