Archive for the ‘compassion’ Category

Your #1 Most Regrettable Loss is…

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

I speak all over the world to all groups, one time professional athletes, the next counter-terrorism units, one time on active aging and the next childhood obesity, one time to martial artists, and the next to corporate executives. It amazes me the diversity of groups I get to speak to. [That's ...

10,000 BC Moral Indignity

Friday, March 7th, 2008

So, I just got out of watching 10,000 BC and decided to try out my new iPhone's blogability. Despite Merlot being slightly out of fashion, I sit here sipping at an Ash Hollow Merlot 2003 (superb and only 400 cases made.) 10,000 BC was mostly cliche and somewhat predictable. However... For me, the highlight ...

Hating Your Enemy vs. Loving Life

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

In the mid 1990s I was working with the team leader from a Russian special operations unit named Vimpel. "Sergei" wasn't what the public romanticized the Spetsnaz to be. He was maybe 140lbs soaking wet, with a haunt embedded in his eyes from what he had seen, experienced and done. Pulling me aside, we ...

Gaining the Power of Visibility

Monday, February 18th, 2008

One of my private students, Camilo, who has been making amazing strides in his professional and personal lives, just posted this ideal example of a forward-thinking, high-vibration attitude. With this mentality, success becomes a guarantee. The Universe literally opens doors and pushes you from behind into opportunity. (Yes, literally. I ...