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I’m known for being a technical coach. I focus on the mechanics and the bio-rhythms of punching and footwork. I love each minute detail and the amount of focus it takes to change a habit. I love perfecting each little … 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
It’s already the Friday before competition. It seems like this weekend would never come and all the sudden it is smack dab in front of me. I’m not even fighting but I’m getting those same feelings as when I did. … 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
Being a coach is a fine balance between being accountable to oneself and holding others accountable. I’ve referenced before how often others don’t see coaches as human beings with fallibility…..Coach/client-boxer-etc… relationships are a fine line of balance with complicated boundaries. … Continue reading
We are born immediately immersed in power dynamics. We learn about who has authority over us and what our place is in family and society. We take those paradigms and our perceived positions into the work place. Our bosses become … Continue reading
I’ve heard the phrase, “(s)he has a good chin” on many occasions and I’ve always wondered what made a good chin. I know that tenacity and desire and heart are intangible qualities that help a person take a punch, but … Continue reading
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