An Overwhelmingly Spectacular Martial Arts Experience
Posted: May 11, 2019
“Having everything that you want is delusional. Wanting everything that you have is delightful.” -Anonymous
I trust this blog finds you well.
For many people, it can be a very satisfying recreational activity.
For others, it is an unbelievably fulfilling way of life.
Not everyone feels that way.
Anthony Robbins developed a simple method to evaluate the way you invest your time, and for that matter, how you live your life.
Class 1. It feels good, it is good for you, it is good for others, it serves the greater good.
Class 2. It does not feel good, it is good for you, it is good for others, it serves the greater good.
Class 3. It feels good, it is not good for you, it is not good for others, it does not serve the greater good.
Class 4. It does not feel good, it is not good for you, it is not good for others, it does not serve the greater good.
If training at the Dojo is not a Class 1 or Class 2 experience for you, find something that is.
The time you invest in your training should provide you with a plethora of benefits.
There are 2 major distinctions that differentiate the Warrior from the worrier.
#1. Warriors have a crystal clear Code - which they have carefully chosen - to weigh their decisions against.
#2. Warriors do not entertain the notion of good or bad luck. Everything is perceived as a challenge. The primary challenge is to improve all situations and circumstances within an ever increasing sphere of influence.
I look forward to seeing you and your family in class at the Dojo.
Kyoshi Thomas Clifford