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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
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
Lately I’ve been checking out posts by Brendon Burchard. He recently posted about “The Four Horseman of Self-Awareness” I’d like to address some of his talk/post Detachment- Detachment from any feeling, emotion or even sometimes expectation to the day. It’s … Continue reading
It’s always so much easier to see things from the outside. It’s tremendously easier to tell a person what to do when you are removed from the moment by being on the outside. Coaching others is enough to motivate me … Continue reading
Tomorrow I turn 43. Honestly, when I was in my 20’s, I wasn’t so sure I was going to make it to 35. I made lots of choices that kept me stuck in the same place and I couldn’t see … Continue reading
Boxing is authentic communication. The act of sparring represents the desire of two people to authentically communicate at the highest level possible: a silent and physical realm of interaction like none other. I find this experience so relieving. It’s ok … Continue reading
A gym is a place to gather as much as your neighborhood watering hole. It’s what I really love about our gym in particular. Especially after lesson. Typically everyone sits around and shares their sparring and life experiences and I … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been working with athletes from other sports. It dawned on me as I was doing a training session, you can go to a few practices and then jump right into competition. Boxing is very different. It could be … Continue reading