I am going to start this week’s post by relaying an experience I had in my JKD class. This happened late last year but as I was thinking about the topic of what I was going to post, it seemed appropriate for this forum.
I reminisced about a military saying I had heard coined by NAVY SEAL training instructors: “the more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle”. How true is this concept in real life? It may not seem to you that the situation is as life threatening as bleeding in battle, but think about the ramifications? If you are not practicing the, so called, self-help and success principles that you commit to learning, what is that result on your success and on your life? What kind of a habit are you building?