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I’ve done talks, co-written articles and published blogs about conflict. When I experience conflict, it never feels good or goes as smooth as I write about it on paper. But, conflict remains a tremendous learning tool. Conflict can always be … Continue reading
Christy Garcia is the #112 novice champion for 2015. I feel proud, honered and satisfied to have been part of a complete process. She started as a fitness boxer years ago and set a goal to make the competitive team. … Continue reading
Being a good coach is so much more than having a good skill set to share. It is 95% about building effective relationships. I started coaching as a closed off, hidden and not very approachable person. In hindsight, it’s obvious … Continue reading
It’s a very different experience preparing for fights as a coach versus being a boxer. As a boxer, I obsessed about my amateur fight at least a week in advance, and when I was in the pros, I obsessed about … Continue reading
Boxing is authentic communication. The act of sparring represents the desire of two people to authentically communicate at the highest level possible: a silent and physical realm of interaction like none other. I find this experience so relieving. It’s ok … Continue reading
Communication is a complex thing. I’m known to be pretty direct. Mostly I say what is on my mind. Sometimes, I keep stuff in then explode when I’ve hit a limit. These types of communications aren’t so pretty, but they … Continue reading