Like every coach, parent or any other person who has ever attempted to shake some sense into the wrestler during a semi-slide knows, witnessing a semi-slide is one of the most helpless feelings one could ever experience in the sport.
John, I’m watching you about to sit down on that couch, this is hard. Even for me and I’ve been through it. That foreboding feeling which has been gnawing at your soul for some time now is actually my indecisiveness of whether I should tell you, or not. […]
Arete It is about looking into your own soul and not only discovering what it is that can make you great, but also identifying the source of that greatness and activating it every single day of your life. It’s the well you draw from when there is no […]
Decide not to be a product of your environment, commit to having your environment to be a product of you.
One of the greatest lessons I have learned from the sport of wrestling is that the outcome isn’t the goal.
Your output is.
You can’t control the outcome.
You can control your output.
As much as I don’t want it to be, we both understand that this may be your last Mother’s Day in your physical body.
Just as the benefit of writing is not to be discovered, but to discover; the key to life is not to live, but to be alive.
Your lifestyle must protect the three most valuable areas in your life; your mind, your body, and your spirit.
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 […]
88 Life Lessons from “The Greatest Sport in the World.”