A True Leader Has a Vision

Becoming a Leader

A leader, by definition, is someone who leads. In order to lead, a person needs followers. An example might be the coach of a football team. In order to be a good coach, he must have a vision of his team winning the championship. Then he must be able to communicate that vision to the members of his team, and he must inspire them to join in with that vision. The players must be inspired by his experience and coaching expertise. They must believe that he has the skills and the talents to help them achieve their goals. And in turn, the coach must have the skills necessary to bring out the best in his players, to work toward the common goal.

In order to be a leader, you have to have a vision of where and how you want to end up. It doesn’t matter if you are the leader of your family, your work team, your little league team, a civic organization, or a country. If you don’t have a vision, you can’t lead. If you try, it’s more of a case of the blind leading the blind.

History has many examples of leaders who had a great vision, and inspired many people to follow them. Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy, Susan B. Anthony, Mohandas Gandhi, and many others. We have a great number of amazing contemporary leaders as well, such as Gary Vaynerchuk, John Maxwell, Stephen Covey, to name just a few.

Take the Next Step Forward

We have a vision at Evans ATA Black Belt Academy. Our vision is to Create Tomorrow’s Leaders, One Black Belt at a Time. Our goal is to give our students the tools they need to become the Leaders of Tomorrow.

We know we can’t change the whole world, but we CAN change a small part of it. And by making those small changes, we can change the world around us. One kick, one punch, and one lesson at a time.

Martial Arts Will Bring Out The Best Of You No Matter Personality!

Martial Arts is Known For Its Efficiency

Martial Arts will help you to discover your body’s natural rhythm and the ways to make them much more effective. To achieve this, you will be taught body weight techniques.

Its that time of the year again. The cold of winter has made your body unfit and you do not like visiting the gym as they bore you to the bone. You are not alone. Many people happen to be in the same predicament. No wonder, so many people have been signing up for martial arts training. You see Martial Arts glorified in movies, but it is also energizing to practice in real life. If you are a nerd, and physical activity is furthest from your mind, then martial arts are perfect for you. These arts will teach you how to make speed your friend when faced with an opponent much bigger than you. Brain wins over brawn-every time!

Outwit, Outlast

You will be taught how to use speed to win in seemingly insurmountable situations. You will also get stronger with every passing day. Martial arts are ideal for underdogs. As an underdog, you will learn how to trump the big, bad guys. This is why Martial Arts is such a useful tool to learn for self defense and bully prevention. You will learn how to move and when to take action. Only the most effective attacks and also counter-attacks will be taught to you.

Speed Is More

According to popular lore, many Martial Arts were invented by women. This is the reason these movements are based on efficiency and speed- and not on brute strength. You simply need to memorize forms and practice them until they are perfect. Certain techniques of moving should be adhered to. Such actions need a high level of concentration- and this could actually be good for you. This is much better than punching on a dummy, an action needing minimal brain.

Maybe it is time you finally got yourself enrolled and started taking Martial Arts classes as well. The benefits are a great tools to have and will help you excel at your daily routines!

Focus on the Present to Achieve your Goals

Many of us want to accomplish great things. However, often we fail to reach our goals. This happens not due to lack of trying, but rather due to us not working smartly. We often have the ultimate goal in mind, but we do not pay attention to the steps involved in achieving that goal.

Focusing only on the goal and not having a plan of action with each step chalked out in a major mistake most of us are guilty of. For example, if you decide that you want to lost a certain number of kilos by the end of Spring. The big problem with such a goal is that if we fail to achieve the desired target within the timeline, we think of ourselves as a failure. We give up entirely on our fitness goals, and go back to our usual way of life.

A more effective way to go about achieving your weight loss goal, would be to set more realistic expectations. For example, you say that you are going to work towards losing some weight by the end of Spring. And then you create a plan on how you can achieve your goal. Create a schedule and work according to it. It is a lot easier to work with smaller and more immediate goals, than an ultimate goal.

Instead of setting the final result as a desired goal, pay more attention to the process itself. The result will take care of itself. It means you do not have to set a goal of losing 10 kilograms within two months. Set up a regular exercise schedule instead. You will soon see your body get fitter as the fat gets exercised away. You will not only be more confident, but will also inculcate better fitness habits. At the end of it, you may not even lose 10 kilograms, but you have achieved what you have always wanted- a healthier and fitter you! Best of all, you will feel like a winner.

This tactic can be used in your professional life as well. Do not set unrealistic expectations. Take it a day at a time and try to increase your goals each day. In the end, you will not be disheartened, and your stress levels will also be low as you are working with a comfortable schedule.

Martial Arts, Never Too Late To Learn!

As we get older we seem to lose the edge we used to have, be it in speed, focus and sometimes even memory. Seniors can be more active as compared to their juniors if health permits. In fact, many seniors have reported that the sole thing holding them back is physical discomfort. This is where martial arts can help.

Better Quality Of Life

Martial arts, if done properly, can immensely help seniors. The exercises associated with them keeps them active and lithe. Blood flow is also much improved. It leads to improvement of the energy levels. There is also the added feeling of well being. These are important when it comes to enjoying an excellent conjugal life.

Martial arts can reverse the decrease of muscle mass, flexibility and endurance. These three qualities suffer as individual ages. All these can be taken back with the correct amount of exercise. Training involves stretching, little strength training and aerobic activity. Both stamina and flexibility are improved. In case you have injuries and chronic pain, the exercises can give you much-needed relief from the constant pain.

Rise in muscle mass

Martial arts are an excellent method to increase the muscle mass. Training with weights also builds flexibility and endurance. You can also incorporate outdoor activities into your schedule to have an enjoyable time. Begin with swimming, walking, biking and running. Another excellent activity to increase fitness for martial arts is to start gardening. The latter not only offers exercise but also a number of healthy vegetables and fruits which benefit the health. Any activity done for a lengthier period of time, like walking, will lead to better stamina and endurance. Do a few gentle stretches. Do a number of other exercises to help with flexibility and improving the balance. This will avoid the discomfort in a number of positions.

Regular martial arts training will help you to stay active. It has been shown that regular exercise helps to treat a number of old age diseases associated with both men and women. Repetitive exercise and a number of stretching exercises of the connective tissue will remodel it into an earlier lengthened state.