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Being Thankful: Lead by Example

In a materialistic world, we sometimes let reality get away from us and end up dwelling on the things that we don’t have rather than the blessings that we do have. We dwell on how our possessions define us, when

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Being a Leader: Part 3: Mistakes and Failure are a Part of Success

“Dude, sucking at something is the first step to being sorta good at something.” -Jake the Dog, Adventure Time Theater Who says that there’s no wisdom in cartoons? Sometimes it’s as if the characters say things to us that our

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Being a Leader PART 2: What “Never Give Up” Means

It’s hard to know what some things mean when you don’t have the words to describe them. Sometimes being a kid is like being an alien, because the adults in your world can tell you what to do, but sometimes

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Being a Leader PART 1: A Leader Says “Yes, I Can!”

Do you know the differences between being a boss and being a leader? There’s a lot of them, and for kids, it’s important to learn one from the other. Everyone knows how it feels to be bossed, but that’s a

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The Will to Prepare

Martial Arts

When you hear the words “black belt,” what comes to mind? Someone in a white uniform shattering boards with their bare hands? A man in an action movie punching and kicking his ways through waves of bad guys? Young kids

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Anyone Can Be A Leader

Leadership

Who do you think about when you think about a leader? Maybe it’s your mom or dad, or a teacher that helps you figure out difficult problems. Leaders come in all shapes and sizes and can be anyone at the

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Teach Your Child to Never Give Up

Martial Arts, Taekwondo

According to Parents.com, it’s increasingly common for parents to have difficulty motivating a child, while teaching them to set and reach goals is an even bigger challenge. All too often, today’s children give up at the first sign of trouble,

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