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Discipline Rather Than Motivation: Listening to the Right Voice in your Head!

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......

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Mindfulness-in-Action: One Punch at a Time!

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......

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Unlimited Resolve: Beyond Feeling Good For the Moment!

Cruising around YouTube I came across a very well known motivational, self help speaker. I began watching, because just like everyone else, I am always looking for an edge in life. Ten minutes in, I was struck by something that I had often thought of previous times when watching these kinds of talks. Everyone is glowing, excited, energised, and in the moment — but I am left wondering what do they look like on Monday, after the ecstasy of the happy chemical cocktail 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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