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Teaching Your Own Child Karate

My daughter turns 14 years old next week.  In a few weeks, she will graduate 8th grade.  In a few months, she will start high school.  In a few short years, she will head off to college.   Time flies like an arrow… A...
by Just A Thought on Apr 25, 2013

The Power of Visualization – How your children are imagining success in the dojo.

Imagine a world where you are perfect. In this world, anything you know how to do you can do without mistakes. You don’t have to imagine this world. This world is imagining.   Creative Visualization is like a super power. It is the ability to...
by Life Skills from the Dojo on May 22, 2012

5 Principles of Discipline from the Dojo You Can Use in Your Home

There are many reasons for studying the martial arts. However, as a parent with a child in the martial arts, one reason that tops the list is discipline. So, now that you have a Karate Kid who is snapping to attention for their sensei but ignoring Mo...
by Life Skills from the Dojo on Apr 28, 2012

General or Specific?

by Just A Thought on Feb 24, 2012

You Can't Make Someone...

From the "Draft" folder dated May 2010: Learn. A teacher can present information, give examples, share stories, discuss concerns, make corrections and answer questions. Students can learn by seeing and hearing, reflecting, practicing, repeating...
by Just A Thought on Feb 22, 2012


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