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Habits We Train…are Habits we Gain!

Wed, 07/29/2009 - 6:27pm — Grandmaster
Habits We Train…are Habits we Gain!
 
OUR HABITS DETERMINE OUR FUTURE
 
Experts agree that 90% of our daily behavior is habitual.
 
Meaning that most of what we do every day is on auto pilot. Habits are formed through repetition. Good or bad, anything you do over and over again…eventually becomes a habit.

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Peak Performance Tip - Shoerack Theory

Tue, 07/21/2009 - 4:26pm — Grandmaster
SHOERACK THEORY
 
It has long been a custom in the Martial Arts, that upon entering the dojang, students
remove their shoes and place them in the shoerack. Part of this custom is for hygiene
and cleanliness.

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Mindfulness

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 1:00am — Grandmaster

The Right Mindfulness – This area covers our Moo Do Philosophy. It includes the rules and regulations of the dojang, the 10 attitudinal requirements or articles of faith, the 7 tenets, the 8 Key Concepts, and the 13 influences or postures also known as the Sip Sam Seh.

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Habits of Excellence

Mon, 07/06/2009 - 7:15pm — Grandmaster

Black Belt Leaders and Champions Have Habits of Excellence!

 

Why not make excellence your habit?

 

Wouldn’t it be great to lead a life filled with excellence?

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Effort

Thu, 07/02/2009 - 9:04pm — Grandmaster
The Right Understanding leads to the Right Thoughts. The Right Thoughts leads to the Right Words. The Right Words leads to the Right Actions. The Right Actions lead to the Right Livelihood. The Right Livelihood leads to the Right Effort.
 
What is the right effort? The right effort is combination of the correct amount of energy and enthusiasm. It is focused.

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The Habit of Commitment

Mon, 06/22/2009 - 1:00am — Grandmaster
Black Belt Leaders & Champions have something called a Non-Quitting Spirit. They have perseverance plus!
 
Also referred to as the Habit of Commitment. Champions commit to the completion of worthy goals.
 
Anytime you set your sights on a worthwhile goal, such as becoming more than you are today, it is important to stay the course.

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Moo Do Wisdom - The Right Action

Wed, 06/10/2009 - 6:42pm — Grandmaster
The Right Understanding leads to the Right Thoughts and the Right Thoughts leads to the Right Words. The Right Words lead to the Right Action.
 
The Right Actions can also be translated as the “right conduct”.   This includes acting in ways that bring honor to oneself or to others. It requires being mindful, deliberate, and aware of your every behavior.

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MAXIMIZE!

Wed, 06/03/2009 - 9:23pm — Grandmaster
Studies on human potential show that most people are performing at a fraction of their true potential.  Some say 5%, others 10% at best.  Either way, it means that we all have a tremendous opportunity to improve ourselves and enjoy even greater levels of success and achievement.
 
If you set a goal to improve your flexibility, there are many ways you can make it happen.
 

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2009 New England Regional Black Belt Camp & Dan Shim Sa

Fri, 05/29/2009 - 4:55pm — webmaster

May 2009 - The 3rd annual New England Regional APTSDF Black Belt Camp took place from May 15th-17th, 2009 at the picturesque YMCA Camp Jewell in the mountains of Northwestern Connecticut at Colebrook.  This now being the 3rd annual event, we in the New England region have come to expect nothing short of an inspirational, motivational, and highly educational experience.  These expectations were met and surpassed by far. Over 90 participants of all ages with ranks from red belt to Senior Masters joined with Grandmaster St. James for a spectacular weekend.

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Attitude Drives Actions – Actions Drives Results!

Tue, 05/12/2009 - 4:03pm — Grandmaster

Great Attitude=>Great Actions=>Great Results=>Great Life!

If you want to lead a great life, you have to take great actions. The best way to prepare yourself to take great actions, is to practice having a great attitude.  Say “YES” everyday to prepare yourself for Victory (Pilsung) and most importantly DO step out of your comfort zone!

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