Acting is an awesome skill. If you have ever known an actor or if you have acted a part in a play, then you know that “becoming” the role makes all the difference. But what if your part in the script calls for a crying scene? How do you cry? Maybe you might cover your face and make sobbing sounds with your voice? Or maybe you keep some onion on hand to create the water works?
Both methods might be effective enough to show a “crying action” but the audience might not be convinced that you are truly sad or truly happy. Continue reading
When we set goals, it’s not enough its now always enough to keep them to yourself. Share your goals with others so they can hold you accountable for your goals too.
This is one step towards eliminating incapability in martial arts, work, and other parts of our lives. Sometimes our goals seem too far-fetched or it might progress slower than we want. Unfortunately, as adults we evaluate our goals hastily and give up on them before giving ourselves the chance to reach them. Continue reading
We hear it or say when we are trying to learn a new karate move, a piano piece, guitar riff, or whatever it is you’re trying to perfect.
We’ve all heard “Practice makes perfect”, but have you heard “Practice makes permanent”?
But what if we practice bad techniques or pick up bad habits? Then It is always important to have an instructor, a master, sensei, a sifu guide us with good habits and technique. Continue reading
Imagine being tied up in a straight jacket with your arms tightly bound to your sides and no room to wiggle. Not even an inch. A natural reaction would be to try and struggle out of the jacket hoping a buckle might come loose or a strap will snap. Continue reading
Spend more time to adore a sunset resting a top a mountain
than to spend life moving mountains to prolong sunlight.