“Oh, I’ve seen that before.” YouTube and 10,000 hours. A little nudge and a little twist. How to use YouTube as a constructive tool. In failure is truth. Planting trees and how it teaches failure. And Lawrence rants on two idiots that did a fake child abduction. Yes, you read that correctly a fake child abduction filmed it and put it on YouTube
The second half of a two part interview with Sensei Chuck Merriman. 10 questions, Balance and why it is sought. The translation of culture. The difference between Okinawa and Japan. Showing up for class, what it means and how it is done. Keeping your enemies close and your friends closer and why that is a good policy. Strides, defections, and more.
In this episode Lawrence and Kris field a little listener mail and how that has effected a couple of life decisions. Having both been in Judo and specifically at the Seattle Judo Dojo Lawrence and Kris talk about their Judo Sensei Kenji Yamada, who recently passed. Then a new section called, “That’s Stupid.” and Lawrence points out how acts of stupid behavior rarely escape without some form of penalty to mind, pocket, or body.
The dangerous fallacy that an assumption can lead to, such as a sexually transmitted disease, knives and getting cut, balancing the humors, a little Roman history, nerve strikes, and what you should not expect when you run from a cop.
Rory Miller calls in to Martial-Secrets from Tierra del Fuego or outside of a Mexican Restaurant – you never know, and introduces us to his new book ConCom: Conflict Communication A New Paradigm in Conscious Communication. If you have ever wondered why your boss ignored a suggestion that could save millions of dollars, or why you have the same argument again and again with your spouse, the answers are here. As well as the tools to do something about it.