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Sitting in the wallows of self pity sometimes feels good- for a moment anyway. It’s nice to curl up and wrap the blanket around my whole body, snug, tight, compact and protected. It’s soothing to lie still, to feel hurt, … Continue reading
I was 17 when I took the job at the nursing home. I was living a lost life and the nursing aid job, sports and high school studies kept my head barely above water. My senior year I worked night … 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
You have to go to know -The Tracker (The true story of Tom Brown Jr) I can paint a picture of what it is like up on that canvas above the crowd, lights targeting me and my opponent….but you won’t … 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
Intentful speaking is extremely important to me. I am constantly listening to my word choices and evaluating if what I’m saying is what I mean. And if not, why? Last year I heard myself saying “I’ll let you do that” … Continue reading
How do you define struggle? If you don’t struggle, you don’t learn and your experience doesn’t really get to be your own. I worked with Highline College to mentor an intern, Mahamoud. I wasn’t really sure what I was going … Continue reading
I’ve got a playlist on, putzing around getting some initial chores done before headed to the gym. I’m thinking of what skills I want to work on today. Ultimately we want each and every person so confident in their punch … Continue reading
Boxing has been the catalyst for my complete healing. I came to the sport still not being accountable, not taking responsibility. I came to the sport living in my past and crying in my soup about where I came from. … Continue reading