Tag Archives: Conflict

Insights-4

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

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Worked all weekend

It was a good weekend overall and there’s still a little bit left. Saturday, Cassidy, Jen and I went over to The Boxing Gym Westside and did an introduction to Functional Patterns training course and talked about the importance of … Continue reading

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More on silence

I’m seeing the importance of being able to embrace silence while in the chaos of life.  I’ve recently come off of a couple of months of experiencing several conflicts.  I’ve believed and doubted myself over and over again.  I’ve filled … Continue reading

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Putting people first

Jim Casey of United Parcel Service had a vision way back in 1916 to put people first.  To put his employees quality of life, their voice, their expression, and their overall life experience as a priority.  This vision built a … Continue reading

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Try this perspective

This week I’ve given 2 talks on Conflict.  One at John Muir elementary to the teachers and administrative staff and the other at Starbucks headquarters at a coffee tasting meeting.  It’s been fun, invigorating and its inspired me to share … Continue reading

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Ranges and in between

Our world is more and more being exposed for how we are ill equipped to handle discomfort.  Discomfort is something boxers have long known about.  In life you can hang up the phone, turn the tv off, put your headphones … Continue reading

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Conflict as a learning tool

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

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Oh, Conflict, why ya gotta be a good teacher?

It never fails.  Conflict always teaches. It’s still not pleasant, fun or relaxing, but it is the best personal teacher I have ever met. I used to think my goal was to stay calm, to be the reasonable one, to … Continue reading

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Repetition

From facebook page, Paradigm Shift:  “Many are paralyzed by their own limitations. Limitations of their own creation. They are locked in a prison and do not realize they hold the key…….You did not come here to have the same dull … Continue reading

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Conflict and Sharing Punches!

As a society we are obsessed with conflict.  We love it and we hate it.  We love to watch it on reality shows.  We like to see it in others as long as we aren’t close to it.  We love … Continue reading

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