Americans are always in a hurry for everything. When I taught sales. People always wanted to know how much they would make, before they developed the technique to make it. In my karate teaching, people always want to know how fast they can get their belts; instead of how thoroughly I will teach them the… More Slow Grow is not no Grow!
Many struggle with having a proper sense of significance and value in their life . Not everyone is going to be a Donald Trump! (And No, you will not lure me into making a political statement.) I lose my power to influence people helpfully on matters of heart, ethics, character and substance; If… More Personal Significance: Worth more than Paparazzi pride
I apologize to my Guts Is The Key Readers. I am way behind, on my posts. It was August of last year since I released the third hundred of my “Slamisms.” So, With no further wait, here is the next hundred. I will preface these by commenting and expanding the first few to… More Slamisms – 301 through 400
In my teaching of the martial arts to my students, I start with the importance of a strong foundation. And I never let up on the critical necessity of having a powerful stance. Without an effective base, no defense can be solidly utilized and no attack can be launched with confident poise and balance. Each… More Stepping back to step forward
Thank God its Wednesday? Now that’s just weird you say. And in a way, I have to agree with you. In the middle of a fight, it is hard to be thankful. In fact, you don’t have time to do anything except fight. And having been in the martial arts ring for years earlier in my life; I know… More Thank God its Wednesday!
If you are blessed to live long enough and remain in the public workforce, it is likely that you will have to work for someone younger than you; at some point in your career. According to a 2012 survey by the CareerBuilder website, 34% of workers reported that they currently work for a younger boss.… More What to do, when your Senior is your Junior at work.
The changes we want in life can seem so difficult and unreachable, when we view them at the base of the Mountain. At that point, we must remember that we do not leap over mountains but climb them one step at a time. And when viewed this way major change is just taking steps up… More Power to Change