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At the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, we train martial arts athletes who are stronger, faster, more coordinated, and more focused. How have you benefited from your new athleticism after training in the martial arts? Did you get more playing time? Have more endurance? Score more goals?
The Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School was founded by Matt Pasquinilli in 2000 and serves children and adults in the Miami Valley area around Dayton, Kettering, Centerville, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Spring Valley, Fairborn, Belmont, Springboro, and nearby communities.
“Success is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.” – Jim Rohn
You have to continuously develop and refine your philosophy of life from the youth through your last days. How you ought to think, act, and speak and how that fits into the rest of the world is your philosophy. This is a great starting point, but not nearly enough to find success in life.
While you are figuring out your philosophy, you must also take steps to create and maintain a positive and healthy attitude. A great attitude will keep you going through the most difficult times, and life is supposed to be hard at times! A great attitude backed by a highly refined philosophy is still not enough to move you onto the path you want to take in life though.
Success comes only from doing, or from taking action on your philosophy while maintaining a great attitude. Your daily habits should move you in the direction of your goals. Your goals should be aligned with your purpose and the vision you have for your life. Your philosophy and attitude define your daily habits, but they are also informed and strengthened by the results of these actions.
What are your daily habits? Focus on your strengths, and make sure that you are doing the right things every day to move you toward your goals, vision, and purpose!
Matt Pasquinilli is the author of "The Child Whisperer" and co-author of "Behavior Coaching" with Dr. Scott Hall.
Matt serves as the Executive Director of the non-profit Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School, in Dayton, Ohio.
Students at the Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School are having fun working out, and at the same time, they are learning self-defense. Statistics show that one out of three kids will be bullied or be the victim of an attack. Each … read more […]
Asian Arts Center Taekwondo School has two locations in the Miami Valley serving Oakwood, Beavercreek, Kettering, Centerville, Springboro, Spring Valley, Belmont, Dayton, Fairborn, Huber Heights, Wright Patterson Air Force Base and all contingent communities. Children and adults take classes … read more […]
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