In James Radcliffe’s “Everything is Broken” blog, he talks about the Japanese philosophy of ‘Kintsugi’. Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing cracked objects with gold. Objects that were deemed broken beyond repair; instead of being discarded or thrown away, gold, which is thought to be the most […]
I always knew that I would write, I just had no idea how personal my first book, "6 Minutes Wrestling with Life", would be to me.
I love to inspire, motivate and show a different approach to dealing with or solving life's problems through my writing.
As a former athlete and current coach, I believe that in sports there are valuable life lessons that can have a tremendous impact on a young athletes life.
I pull these life lessons out from my own experiences in sport.
Hopefully I have touched you through my writing and have stirred your emotions enough to live life more fully.
My hope is that these principles will ring true to wrestlers who need them the most.
Champions who need help in life.
The strongest people I know…
Please don’t foul again.
Memorial tournaments are an all too real reminder that we are not invincible.
One day you are in a picture with a teammate, a friend, and a few years later they are gone.
Their spirit must live on.
Life is 90% reason, rationality, discipline and organization.
Six years ago today I started to write.
And it has been one of the most fulfilling actions I have taken in all my life.
Sometimes your soul will whisper,
When you can’t hear the whisper it will shout.
A collection of inspirational stories, poems, aphorisms and thoughts on converting adversity, chaos, loss, grief into a newfound perspective on life.
I don’t play video games. I’m addicted to everything wrestling like other kids are addicted to Fortnite, I think.