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Sometimes the hardest thing to do is really look in the mirror. It’s super easy to put our finger outward and away……so much harder to turn it and point between our eyes. One of the most common human habits when … Continue reading
I’m interested in language and intent. Interested in word usage and the meanings we choose from the words we use. It’s important to me how we interact and how we take responsibility for our thoughts and verbiage. We are in … Continue reading
The most tiresome thing of being a coach is watching fighters hit that wall of fear and choose to walk away from it. It’s heart wrenching to watch from the outside and see it so clear. How do you convey … Continue reading
There’s something really special going on around here. The coaching staff is a beautiful blend of all aspects of life. We come from a multitude of experiences in and out of the ring and we bring that knowledge to you. … Continue reading
Complacency feels like death to me. The definition is: self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies–an instance of usually unaware or uninformed self-satisfaction When I was in management at UPS, I think I was the most complacent … 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 ask someone why they box and you will get a multitude of answers. I think sometimes we box to understand hurt. It’s not that you only have to experience a debilitating childhood to hurt……it’s a human thing to feel … 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