Fall Programs 2016
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Do you want to have your best year ever? Are you tired of setting goals and never achieving them? Follow these 5 steps and you are sure to have an amazing 2018!
There are many meanings to the word pressure, but I want to discuss how one handles the burden of physical and/or mental distress. Life has a way of putting us in pressure packed situations, and your ability to handle it can determine how well you will succeed.
Have you ever wondered how a large structure like an Egyptian pyramid was constructed? How about the huge skyscrapers of big cities like New York? The first step is always to create a very deep and wide base...
A big secret to success, and a big secret to getting to black belt is that instructors and parents need to work together...
The martial arts are fantastic in many ways. It is a great form of exercise. It is a great way to reduce stress. It allows you to gain better control of your mind and body. It allows you to feel safe and protect your loved ones. Everyone both young and old can reap benefits from practicing the martial arts, regardless if your goal is to just have fun or to become a serious blackbelt.
Now that we are about halfway through the calendar year, hopefully you are on track to achieve your main goals. As we discuss at the beginning of each year, setting goals is extremely important! See my previous post on setting goals:
Summer is just a few weeks away! Kids are about to get out of school and the pools are about to open to be a huge source of fun. But this also means that Spring classes are coming to an end. Specifically, kids karate classes will stop in the middle of June and not pick up again until September. So, the question we commonly get is, “What should I work on this summer?” Here are some suggestions:
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.”