There are three kinds of people in this world, according to Kelly O’Keefe: Sheep, predators, and sheep dogs. He says you don’t want to be a sheep because sheep are followers. And you don’t want to be a predator. Instead, he says, be a sheep dog because you’ll help the rest of the herd. Mr.… Continue reading Kelly O’Keefe: Be a Sheep Dog
You might as well change my middle name to “Honky Tonk” because I did some honky tonkin’ this week while I spent a few days in Nashville for a marketing seminar. I know, I know… I’m shocked, too. My cousin lives there, and she took me to some fun places to eat delicious Southern food… Continue reading Road Rage, Hand Postures, Dead Karate and More: This Week in Martial Arts
“Karate is a way of life, and it has been for me,” says Jim Price. “It’ll always be that way until the day I die.” Mr. Jim Price is a black belt instructor with more than 40 years of experience in the martial arts, having trained since he was 20. He teaches Mr. Matthew Schell, who… Continue reading Episode 08 – Jim Price: Karate Is My Way of Life
Listen now! Sensei Matthew Schell recently sat down to talk to me about what he feels is missing in modern-day karate that he is instilling in his students. He talks briefly about his instructor, Mr. Jim Price, and Mr. Price’s instructor, Master Phillip Koeppel. Sensei Schell runs Tora Hakutsuru Kan Martial Arts Academyin Morton, Illinois.