Tag Archives: Emotional Intelligence

The “I Don’t Have Time” Excuse

We have a finite amount of time given to us at the beginning of our lives. Every moment lived is one less moment until we die. That sounds terribly morbid, and so some of us focus on doing as much … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Recipe for DESTRUCTION!

Instead of the typical New Year resolution talk about creating new and healthy habits for the year, we’re going to take the opposite approach.  All too often we start out with the best intentions of forming new and wonderful habits … Continue reading

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Watching from the Outside

I’m in the intersection, waiting to turn left.  The light goes from green to amber, and I start inching my way out to turn.  I see an old beat up red Nissan coming from a ways away, with plenty of time … Continue reading

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Stress – Your Worst Enemy or Your Best Friend?

You have decided to start training a martial art; congratulations!  Maybe it’s Wing Chun Kung Fu, kickboxing, or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Regardless of the style you choose, I commend you for your decision! You may be training for personal improvement, but you … Continue reading

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Emotional Intelligence and Martial Arts

Check out this interesting article on emotional intelligence and martial arts.  Self defense can be thought of in many different ways: emotionally, mentally, physically, and over long and short periods of time.

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