Tag: Archives

  • Dojahng Protocol and Ancient Lessons

    Dojahng Protocol and Ancient Lessons

    This article was originally published in our June 2007 newsletter.  Dojahng Protocol is confusing for many students and parents. Why? Simply put it is all foreign to them. The art we teach and all of what we do is related to Eastern philosophy. A person who has never studied these concepts will have a difficult […]

  • Reblog: Students or Members?

    Reblog: Students or Members?

    I’m sharing a little post that I wrote a few months ago. Take some time to think about your relationship with your school. Taking care of your martial art school is an essential part of training.   As I work on longer, more involved blog articles, I wanted to take a moment this weekend to […]

  • From the Archives: Dojang Protocol

    From the Archives: Dojang Protocol

    I find myself at the end of my list of ideas for weekly blogs. Please drop me a line if there is something that you would like me to write about. In the mean-time, here is another article from the deep past (relatively speaking). Published in June of 2007 when Kuk Sool Won™ of Muncie was […]

  • Passion: Where will it take you?

    Last year I had my students tell me what they were passionate about. Some said it was their family, some their work, and one his music. I asked them this because without the knowledge of what drives and motivates us, we are like a person driving cross-country in a car with no knowledge of gas […]