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Even The Best Among Us are Struggling: And It’s Okay!

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......

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Priming Yourself For Success: Befriending Your Crocodile Brain!

I often describe the brain to my martial arts students as a “do-not-get-killed device.” Our brains are designed to keep us safe. Your brain is not a fan of ambiguity, uncertainty, and chaos. Instead, your brain seeks out coherence, structure, and order. In other words, its default setting is to think that it is far better to be safe, than sorry.
This may have been all and well for our ancestors on the Savannah, when real life......

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The Curious Nature of Success in Martial Arts & Life!

Life is tough, unpredictable, and will kick you between the legs when you are not looking. Life is, at its heart imperfect, just like a roll in jiu-jitsu, just like sparring. But we want everything to be perfect. We want, seek, for the perfect roll, the perfect round of sparring, the perfect life. Perfection, we have been told, offers the key to happiness. 
But, in my experience imperfection gets a bad rap. Straight lines, perfect shapes, and order, is what we have been told is beautiful and good.......

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Roll On: Dealing With Turbulence On The Mat and In Life

I fly a lot. There’s nothing like being 35000 feet in the air, and suddenly the plane starts shaking violently like a matchbox. Watching people’s bags fly out from the overhead lockers, one has only three choices. I could begin by freaking out, proceed to run up the isle to the cockpit door, only to realize it makes little difference as I have zero clue how to fly a plane. Or I could have overwhelming optimism (thrown in with some belief in a higher power) that this will end with a positive......

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