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Are you one of those people who love to play a sport or a game to see who wins? Are you driven by the idea of testing yourself against others to see who is best? Does winning matter “a lot” to you?
If so, then I would describe you as a competitive person. Some people find great motivation in competing, while others shy away from it and avoid it whenever possible. I would suggest to you that if you are one of those people who avoid competition, you might wish to reconsider, and here’s why.
I love to set big goals and work hard to achieve them! It drives me to succeed and forces me to work hard to earn the things I want. Being driven and motivated is awesome and can take you very far in life. But, sometimes when you are going so fast and are so focused on a goal or set of goals, you can miss the small subtleties of life. One of these is stopping for a moment to “count your blessings.”
What is the real world difference between 0% and .001%? They are both very low percentages but there is a subtle difference. The difference is that 0% has no chance of occurring and .001% has a very small, but still possible chance of occurring. So, what does that mean to us?
For those who have been around Kaizen Karate for a little bit, you understand that our system is comprised of several key components, one of which is our kata, master form, from the International Karate Connections Association (IKCA). But, I have been asked, is the IKCA system Kenpo (with a ‘n’) or Kempo (with an ‘m’)? Lets discuss which is correct.
The New Year is almost here. It is the time of year to reflect upon how you did last year, and plan what you will do in the next year. But it is more than that...
Achieving your goals can be a fantastic experience! The process of deciding what you want to do, working hard towards that goal, and then seeing that hard work pay off is without question a truly satisfying experience. But what about when you don’t achieve your goal?
I have always been a big fan of Nike’s advertising slogan, “Just Do It!” In those 3 little words, they have conveyed an entire concept of just stop the excuses and do the work.