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Lately a lot of what I’ve been thinking about or more so questioning is why I’m still aware of certain things, yet in some other areas I’m still not taking action. Procrastination. When I put my mind to do something I … Continue reading
via Daily Prompt: Betrayed California- Desert casino- Boxing- lights- t.v. I had an interesting and blazingly fast Boxing career. My manager, a boisterous Italian put me in his stable of all male contenders saying, “Turton- you will be the only … Continue reading
I’m not sure why our culture still deems it desirable to avoid disappointment, failure, sadness, conflict………etc…..etc…..etc…… In a 3 minute round a boxer could experience all of those things in milliseconds and still they continue to move on, counting on … Continue reading
I’ve been away from Seattle, my dogs and the gym for over a week. It feels like it’s been almost a month. If I had it entirely my way, Greg would have the championship from Golden Gloves in his hand … Continue reading
There is nothing like running a business to learn what a really terrible leader you are. I was speaking to another entrepreneur about this realization. Now, making a statement like that just might elicit outside comments like, “but coach, you … Continue reading
You ever had that experience of not knowing where to put your hands and you don’t have pockets? You keep looking for the openings to hide your hands, but, they aren’t there, and your hands are sitting out in the … Continue reading
We box to feel free. We enter the gym and start our day, or shed it. We box for the feelings that arise and leave with each thud of the glove. The sweat purges unwanted toxins, cleans our soul and … Continue reading
What are you fighting for? There are things that drive us, that propel our fight. They can be to prove capability to ourselves, to prove people wrong, to defend from feeling previous experiences again, or a fight to see who … Continue reading