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Self-Defense Within Martial Arts Training Demands a Real-World Perspective


This story is being offered in response to a request made by my teacher, Soke (Grand Master) Masaaki Hatsumi, during a recent training visit to Japan. During one of the training sessions, Soke was suggesting that everyone, regardless of rank, should make it a point to talk to those with actual combat experience and to learn from these people.

A Call To Do Better


I'm calling you out. Issuing a Challenge.

Choosing The Right Coach


Coaching has become a very popular way for people to get the ongoing support they need to accomplish their goals. However, choosing a coach can be tricky.

Where to Begin?


January is the king of months for those looking to make new beginnings. After the reflections and indulgences of December, the excitement of a new year unfolding brings contemplation of better days ahead.

How Could Choosing to Not Do It All Enhance Your Impact?


How often have you heard yourself say, "I've got so many balls in the air I don't know how I can possibly keep track of them all".We may be managing to keep the balls in motion, but how good is our juggling performance really? Are our movements controlled and rhythmic? Or are we merely gritting our teeth and hoping to catch the next ball before it falls on the ground?Recently I was speaking with a colleague (we'll call him Craig) who is a high achievement-oriented and well-regarded senior manager.

Buyer Beware: Choose A Business Coach Carefully To Get The Results You Want


Consider this scenario. A colleague suggests you get a business coach.

Do You Mind If Someone Screams At You?


A headhunter was on the other end of the phone. He was looking for an assistant to a CEO/Owner for a small, but very successful business.

Nourishing Your Network


It takes less effort to keep an existing customer than to gain a new customer.This is Business 101.

Take a Chance, Win a Prize


I think that we're all probably familiar with the fairground rant 'take a chance, win a prize'. Whenever I hear this call to action, I immediately break out into a cold sweat.

Receiving Thanks and Praise - The View from the Other Side


We demand more from those who provide to us and because we are frequently in roles which deliver goods and services ourselves, we are on the receiving end too - of complaints, frustrations and generally poor behaviour.Why is it that when we are on the receiving end, we miss the fact that we ourselves, when we hang up our service-provider-hat at the end of our shift, often end up as 'customers behaving badly' too?Why do we take our own frustrations out on others, the way it has been taken out on us? Why do we sometimes become the Hyde from our normal Jekyll?So, when someone goes the 'extra mile' to say 'Thank you', or appreciate the actions you have taken? What do you take from that and how do you react? You feel good, I guess.

Crisis: Danger or Opportunity?


I have often heard motivational speakers say that the word crisis in Chinese means both danger and opportunity. In investigating the facts, I have found running arguments on the web as to whether or not this is true.

You Can Get There From Here


But first you've got to raise your standards.I know at some point you had big dreams.

Hows Your Self-Talk?


You know, what are you saying to yourself? There's always something going on in there. Do you make positive statements about yourself to yourself or are you beating yourself up with your own words?"Know thyself" is a statement that comes to mind.

What Rules!


There are things that we do automatically internally that we don't even realize are the things that make us who we are. Our own rules for living that we hardly ever question, and even less frequently examine.

Seeing Your Energy At Work


Our bodies are made of pure energy. With Quantum physics we learn that the cells of our body are made of molecules, which are made of atoms, which are made of sub-atomic particles.

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