Tatami Tuesday // Why You Must Go Through The Fire And How To Repel The Chumps
Posted: May 15, 2018
I hope you have a Marvelous Monday, I know for a fact that I did. And even when my day is not great, it is still Marvelous because every day is a full of wonder and that's what makes it "wonder-full." Today I would like to share a video message with you where I fully expose one of my most vulnerable moments in sports. I have rarely talked about it but wanted to share it because I truly believe that sharing this moment can help you as sharing it helped me.
New Book | New Things | New Video | And Upcoming Seminar
Posted: May 10, 2018
I hope all has been well.
Things have actually been smokin' and cookin' at Tampa Florida Judo. As a matter of fact, we have a new seminar coming up on the 19th of May and I am looking forward to seeing many of you there. The seminar is on the Clock Choke and it is sure to be an excellent seminar for your enrichment as a parent, teacher, coach and athlete.
Marvelous Monday // How To Invest In Your Happiness
Posted: April 30, 2018
So here’s today’s Marvelous Monday message:
Wonderful Wednesday // How To Take What You Want….. In Judo and BJJ
Posted: April 25, 2018
It has been said that, “If you want something in life, you have to go out there and take it.”
And when it comes to judo and BJJ, such things are true. Especially when it comes to competitive grappling. When you are rolling inside of your academy or dojo, you can chill and you can take what comes to you. But, when you are on the mat and everything is on the line, you are going to have to take what you want because, quite honestly, you don’t have all day.
Marvelous Monday // The Legacy That You Leave Behind And Push Forward
Posted: April 23, 2018
I hope you had a wonderful weekend. I know I did.
When I was younger, I wanted to win and accomplish things so that I could live a lavish life. As I got older, I was more concerned about leaving a legacy. Now, my life is dedicated to how much I can give. When was a child, I was really concerned with how much I could get. When I was a young adult, I was concerned with how much I could acquire. Now, my only concerns are with how much I can give, how much I can leave, how much I can teach, how much I can write and how much I can leave for my children.