Habit of Being a Good-finder
Good-finders train themselves to look for good and avoid fault-finding.
Unfortunately, criticizing and finding fault is all too common in the real world. I recently saw a great quote that said it all…
“When you judge others, you define yourself not them” - Wayne Dyer
We are going to look at energy in this article at both the micro and macro level. We are also going to look at why understanding energy is the key to building a healthy, balanced life, as well as effective self defense. Since this article is being written for martial artists, it is important to remember that energy is a product of proper balance. What we put in our mind and body, how much sleep we get, the food we eat, all directly affect our energy level.
The Right Action can also be translated as the right conduct or the right behavior. As such, a black belt leader, champion, and or master trains him or herself to take action and to be morally upright at all times. This includes acting in a way that brings honor to oneself and to others.
The right thoughts are central to reaching self mastery. Peak performance starts with the right understanding which is always based on the right thoughts. The truth is you can’t have one without the other.
Also known as the ability to bounce back strong. Sooner or later, every great Champion and every achiever suffers setbacks, road blocks and obstacles.
Tough times never last…but tough people do.
Happy New Years!
2010 is here and it's time to start the New Year Fast & Furious...
Are you eager to make it your best ever?
Would you like it to be your best for Health...Wealth and Happiness?
In the last article on Moo Do Philosophy – “The Right Mindfulness”, I gave several examples of practicing the Right Mindfulness as part of your Tang Soo Do training. Since our training is both in and out of the dojang, I will continue with this subject with several more examples on a more philosophical slant.
Habit of Consistency
Progress happens one step at a time.
There is no sudden leap to greatness.