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When Stalking Wolf gave us a test, it was not a test in the sense that it could be graded. It was a way of knowing what to work on next. The importance of the test was not the results … Continue reading
When I was 17 years old, I was living in Denver, CO and going to Lakewood HighSchool. I had a job at Dairy Queen but needed to make more money to pay for groceries, pay for gas money and other … Continue reading
Lately a lot of what I’ve been thinking about or more so questioning is why I’m still aware of certain things, yet in some other areas I’m still not taking action. Procrastination. When I put my mind to do something I … Continue reading
How do you define struggle? If you don’t struggle, you don’t learn and your experience doesn’t really get to be your own. I worked with Highline College to mentor an intern, Mahamoud. I wasn’t really sure what I was going … Continue reading
Reading this book Silence by Robert Sardello in connection to what I’m learning bio-mechanically via Functional Patterns, I am understanding the importance of the body being in a condition of efficiency. In order to achieve silence in the body constantly … Continue reading
Along the “journey” – that’s what I like to call this game of life – I’ve learned so much, but more importantly, I learned to UNlearn. I’ve learned that nothing is what it seems and its all pretty simple, we’ve … Continue reading
As coaches, we find our depths and get to know them so that we are able to better guide others in finding theirs. We sit in our depths with curiosity so that we can clean out as much judgement as … Continue reading
In my life I have primarily experienced the paradigm of punishment and reward. It is the most debilitating and difficult paradigm to see through. All of our society is organized around it. Do well, earn privileges, make mistakes and be … Continue reading
I’ve been away from Seattle, my dogs and the gym for over a week. It feels like it’s been almost a month. If I had it entirely my way, Greg would have the championship from Golden Gloves in his hand … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about the concept of mistakes lately. Google dictionary gives us these definitions of mistake: error, fault, inaccuracy, omission, slip, blunder, miscalculation, misunderstanding, oversight, misinterpretation, gaffe, faux pas, solecism It seems that the word is heavily interpreted in … Continue reading