There are two prominent, and distinct voices inside my head. No, I am not suggesting that I suffer from dissociative identity disorder (previously known as multiple personality disorder). Rather when it comes to motivation, it seems that we are all in a tug-of-war between opposing objectives. We want to lose weight, but there is a voice that says, “Just eat that one slice of chocolate cake.” We may feel guilty for a short time afterwards, but in the end, we will eat that cake again if given......
We don't want our hero's to show vulnerability, because it amplifies our own. It's uncomfortable to know, that even those who we perceive as the best among us, still have daily struggles too. It’s compounded even further, when media, and the content creators, constantly blast unrelenting motivational success memes at us. Even though in the midst of all of this, we are all struggling, each of us, to achieve even what seems like a slither of what our hero’s exclaim they have.
The thing that......
I get asked frequently, what exactly do I do for a living? My wife has a tough time answering this question too.
To answer this question I often reply, "it depends on my audience."
If I am working with special force operators, then I am coaching them a combination of empty hand fighting techniques, along with mental game strategies that they can apply on the battlefield. If I am working with my martial art students, then I am helping them get into......
Do you ever feel like life is just passing you by?
Months blend into one another, days blur, and it feels like you are running from one meeting to another. Welcome to the modern world, fast paced, unforgiving and never slow. This all builds up to a lot of stress, feeling disconnected and wishing for moments of slow.
How can we slow down in this frantic world we now find ourselves in?