Tag Archives: perception

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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A little something about the source

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

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Expectations

I was listening to a podcast from This American Life called “Batman” Part of the podcast is about a man, Daniel Kish who is blind and uses a self taught tongue clicking technique to navigate his surroundings.  Because of his … Continue reading

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Perception, Insecurity and Ability

I’ve been watching a lot of boxing footage lately.  I’ll pick one boxer and watch them in matches versus all different types of opponents.  I look for consistent patterns that never leave the boxer’s body and I look for patterns … Continue reading

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