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Drinking coffee, once again alternating sitting on my couch staring into space out the window and completing household chores. It’s a pretty sweet morning routine. For around 12 years now, I have gotten up on the weekdays to teach the … Continue reading
I’m known for being a technical coach. I focus on the mechanics and the bio-rhythms of punching and footwork. I love each minute detail and the amount of focus it takes to change a habit. I love perfecting each little … Continue reading
I am the great offender of cutting people off- sometimes I think I’m even as bold to finish the concept, thought or sentence for another. I’m certain this is my least favorite habit that I engage in currently. I find … Continue reading
In my life I have primarily experienced the paradigm of punishment and reward. It is the most debilitating and difficult paradigm to see through. All of our society is organized around it. Do well, earn privileges, make mistakes and be … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about the concept of mistakes lately. Google dictionary gives us these definitions of mistake: error, fault, inaccuracy, omission, slip, blunder, miscalculation, misunderstanding, oversight, misinterpretation, gaffe, faux pas, solecism It seems that the word is heavily interpreted in … Continue reading
Just about 5 years ago, I wondered, “what the hell have I done?” I was sitting in an empty Arcaro Central Area gym during what was supposed to be a noon class. As a matter of fact I sat in … Continue reading
We are born immediately immersed in power dynamics. We learn about who has authority over us and what our place is in family and society. We take those paradigms and our perceived positions into the work place. Our bosses become … Continue reading
The source of a lot of unhappiness is our insistence that others change. When I first started coaching, I would get frustrated or impatient and mad at the boxer I was training because I thought they should be somewhere that … Continue reading