More techniques doesn’t mean more success in your martial arts game. People spend so much time ‘collecting’ martial technique, and fail to realize that its not how much you know, but rather what you can apply (under pressure) that matters most.
You want to approach your martial arts training as a sculptor. Rather than adding more and more, you want to remove what is not needed, until what appears is a work of art.
In a world filled with clutter, and collection of things that don’t really matter, you want your martial art game to be profoundly simple, because true artists move only to move, respond only to respond, and act only to act. Now imagine if you applied those same principles in life?
I went form being kicked out of the house at 17, sleeping on a park bench with less than $20 in my pocket - to becoming a world renowned modern martial arts coach, successful entrepreneur and author. What's your story?