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Applying the aviation industry's root cause analysis methodology to your life will give you a roadmap to success.
If you have to convince others you’re an expert, then you’re not an expert.
Developing fine motor skills will help your kids excel in their sport. Here are some Montessori-inspired tips for building these skills.
Saying you aren’t an expert in something is seen as a sign of weakness. But nothing could be further from the truth.
I don’t have the magic answers for how to get ahead. But what I do have is this collection of principles I’ve learned along my way.
Your current program is most likely fine. It's your approach to your training sessions and your expectations that need adjustment.
It’s easy to work with a talented athlete, but you need patience and knowledge to teach clients with little talent or possibly even desire.
Your black belt does not turn you into a Zen-spouting superhero, but the process is transformative and rewarding.
Is there any case for only concentrating on your strong points? I am going to say, “Yes."
Researchers have determined that accumulated hours of practice are actually behind what we mistakenly call "innate talent."
Evaluate your coaching, evaluate each other’s coaching - then make the improvements. Your athletes will thank you.
Let’s remember yoga is comprised of eight limbs and each one offers an abundant and unique harvest to the one who practices it.
Sometimes we get caught in a trap of coaching the coachable. Nurturing the rock stars, while we allow the less coachable to fade.
Next to my family and my faith, I have learned more about life from the martial arts than through any other endeavor.
When we feel discomfort our immediate instinct is often to run in the other direction. Do that, and you'll never grow.
One student attends class because that is what he thinks needs to be done. The other student arrives ready to train. What sets them apart?
Many schools are shortening recess or even eliminating it altogether. Here are some reasons that's a bad idea.