Martial Artists Make Great Leaders. I know there are great leaders in this world who are not martial artists, but this essay focuses on why martial artists make great leaders. In My Own Words.
My Idols. I got into music at an early age; I think I was around 13 years old when I discovered Bon Jovi. After I heard “Living On a Prayer,” I was hooked. I became a Bon Jovi aficionado when “New Jersey” came out and I heard “Bad Medicine” on the radio. “Bad Medicine” is my all time favorite Bon Jovi song. In My Own Words.
Persistence, Discipline, and Time Equals Success. When you combine persistence, discipline, and time you achieve success. No matter how small, no matter how big, success is still success. Whether they be short-term goals or long-term goals, if you put in 100% effort to persistence, discipline, and time, then you will succeed. In My Own Words.
The Man Behind My Reason For Being. I remember back when I was in undergraduate school, while I was sitting in my dorm room and during my lunchtime, I was watching a movie on my roommates TV. It changed my life. In My Own Words.
Martial Arts and Disabilities. When you combine a person with a disability and martial arts, you get an individual who is not set in his / her ways to be able to function in every day life. In My Own Words.
What Is Your Favorite Martial Art Movie? If you don’t know by now, I am an aspiring martial art screenwriter. It has been taught to me in the screenwriting industry to write what you know… I know martial arts, I love martial arts, I love movies. Film Facts and Trivia.