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Tag: Mental Game


The Focal Point In The Fight: Why 'Attention' Matters

Over the last several months I have had the privilege of training a wide spectrum of people. From the every day guy and girl training their martial skills for personal self protection, to people who are competing in combat sports, to law enforcement officers who need to deploy functional defensive tactics in their professional roles. As is customary when coaching any audience, I highlighted the need for a broader understanding of what was being taught beyond the physical. As I have written elsewhere, there is a tendency for people......

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From Weakness-Fixing to Strengths-Building

From a young age, we are taught to strive, to work harder and be better. Everything from Disney movies to the “American Dream” reinforces the idea that, “if you dream it, you can achieve it” as long as you are willing to work for it. But how realistic is this? Can we really always get what we want if we just invest a little more time and put in the elbow grease to make it happen? You may have heard that if you work to improve......

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Beyond Fight Technique, The Inner Theatre of Survival

At the heart of all martial art styles, systems and techniques is the user. That’s me and that may just be you too. There is an assumption among most martial art instructors that the simple act of teaching a technique, then asking a student to copy said technique, dressed up in a drill with a low level of stress, with little chance of failure — will result, if repeated enough times, in success in the moment that technique is needed most. I spend most of my time as a coach, not thinking about......

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What I Taught at Google

There were three lines in a book that changed my life, “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms — to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” As simple as this advice sounds from Victor Frankl author of Man’s Search for Meaning — it is arguably the most profound, life changing advice I ever read. Not only did I read it, I put it into action in my own life. I changed the trajectory of a......

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