Our rendezvous point will be at the parking area located here: https://goo.gl/maps/Dt9dPvNCpGZZ4nHx9https://goo.gl/maps/sp4WCHiaDLfpjU2c9
To ensure that our hike, discussions & Training are productive & respectful We have a few rules in place:
- No cell phones, leave them in you car.
- Maintain confidentiality and respect the privacy of others.
- Be respectful of all participants and their opinions.
- Avoid interrupting others or dominating the conversation.
- Listen actively and engage in the conversation.
- Keep the conversation on topic and avoid sidetracks.
While training: (Note that the training will not be intense it will be relaxed and really just a way for us to bond.)
- Stay relaxed.
- No sudden movements while training a technique.
- Apply techniques gently.
By following these rules, we can ensure that our training & discussions are meaningful & enjoyable. We look forward to learning and growing with you!
PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE
This week we will be discussing Law #4 ALWAYS SAY LESS THAN NECESSARY | The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
The basic premise of this law is that you should never reveal everything you know, think, or feel. People are naturally curious and want to know more, so by saying less, you create an air of mystery and intrigue. This can be useful in many different situations, such as negotiations, social interactions, or even in casual conversation.
This week we will continue working on Kote Gaeshi. Kote Gaeshi is an Jujitsu technique that utilizes wrist manipulation to throw an attacker with great force and efficiency. This technique is particularly useful when dealing with an opponent who is grabbing or holding onto you. By learning about the origins, mechanics, and various applications of Kote Gaeshi, you can enhance your proficiency in Jujitsu and become a more adept self-defense practitioner.
DATING, MARRIAGE, DIVORCE & RELATIONSHIPS
This week we will be discussing Red Flag #3 – The unhappy and unlucky, from The Unplugged Alpha by Richard Cooper.
Unhappy and unlucky people are a magnet for drama and can go from person to person, draining them of their happiness and fortune. Therefore, the author suggests only associating with happy and lucky people.