Tag Archives: emotional intelligence

Boxology

Boxing’s a never-ending PhD in which you discover, keep and discard multiple theories… You can never settle on any particular idea…..you have to follow laws of nature. A boxer’s biology, body mechanics, mental focus and emotional intelligence all fall under … Continue reading

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Inefficiencies

To be a boxer- you have to be comfortable with searching for failure- you have to be excited to see your inefficiencies -you have to be motivated to look for all that is wrong because that is your work. It … Continue reading

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Intent

It’s the intent behind each and every action that fascinates me.  The what and why behind our thoughts and emotions that lead to our actions.   Clean up the intent and you clean up the action….make it more efficient, direct … Continue reading

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Space and Silence

To find yourself in the infinite, You must distinguish and then unite-  Goethe For the past year or more I have been working on seeing “space” versus objects.  I started with things like trees, fences, bicycle wheels and other inanimate … Continue reading

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What we look for…

One of my most favorite Facebook pages is Brain Pickings.  Today’s blog is inspired by it and the work of David Bohm and monk Matthieu Ricard.   Reality is what we take to be true What we take to be … Continue reading

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