Do you ever feel like you have a knot in your gut Sunday night just thinking about work in the morning? How about sitting at your desk with a case of the “Monday Blues?”
Here are a few ways to help untie that knot. A little Honesty and Courage may be required…
1. Do something you are passionate about, not necessarily what you are good at….then spend the next 40 years doing THAT! You may not make a million dollars but at least you’ll be doing something you love. Decide what it is you like to do and make the move to do it!
2. View everything as a means to an end. If what you are doing TODAY isn’t helping to get you where you want to go TOMORROW, stop it NOW!
3. What is the value in happiness? Instead of asking yourself what is the cost to live the life you imagine, ask what is it costing you if you don’t.
4. Pay It Forward, Backward and Sideways. Do something that adds value to someone else’s life every day. A simple smile, friendly hello or a compliment will do. Doesn’t cost you anything but will make you and that person feel better and brighten the day.
Living for the weekend is no way to make a living nor is it a way to live a life. Find ways to enjoy what you do or find something you enjoy.
Our youth are a product of their environment. The Omaha metro literally has hundreds of teens on probation or within the juvenile justice system.
MAMA Reporting Services is a non profit program offering martial arts as an alternative to the streets.
That’s more time in a structured and disciplined environment. Less time on the street. More time surrounded by positive peers and mentors. Less time around a potentially criminal element. More contact time with adults. Less opportunity for poor decision. More opportunity for success!
Just $25 funds the program for an entire month for one of these kids. $25 to change their environment.
Change the environment, Change the child!!
For more on the organization go to: MAMA Reporting Services
To support go to our Go Fund Me page
We often think of self-defense with the perspective of fending off a would-be mugger in a dark alley or thwarting the attempts of a rapist. While those are extreme scenarios, the crux of defending oneself generally applies to defending one’s own life or the lives of others, including, in certain circumstances, the use of deadly force. The right of self-defense is the right for persons to use reasonable force or defensive force in such a situation.
MAMA Podcast featuring Coach Aaron, The Clown Prince Mark Mickells and Tim Numa Seretta
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