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  • Best of 2020 Liverpool Award

    Team Feidt Receives 2020 Best of Liverpool Award
    Liverpool Award Program Honors the Achievement
    LIVERPOOL April 2, 2020 -- Team Feidt has been selected for the 2020 Best of Liverpool Award in the Martial Arts School category by the Liverpool Award Program. Each year, the Liverpool Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Liverpool area a great place to live, work and play. Various sources of information were ....

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  • Black Belts Practice Self Discipline

    Black Belts Practice Self Discipline

    A Black Belt should always strive to be their best. To be your best, in the dojo, in school, at home, at work or in the arena of life...you must practice and develop SELF DISCIPLINE
    of your Habits , your Actions and your Attitudes! Average
    people wish for things in life, but they lack the discipline to follow through on their desires... Black Belts
    have the discipline to set goals for their future and they take action to make them happen. Average
    people give their minimum and are willing to accept mediocre results... Black Belts
    aim for Excellence and discipline themselves to give their best for maximum results. Average
    people tend to ....

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  • The A-B-Cs of Black Belt Leaders

    The A-B-Cs of Black Belt Leaders

    What type of ATTITUDE
    should a BLACK BELT LEADER have? Should it be positive or negative? Respectful or rude? Most will agree that a well-trained BLACK BELT LEADER should be positive, energetic, respectful, and well mannered. They should also develop an attitude of optimism and belief . Belief in themselves, and their own potential and in the potential of others. They should always strive to become consistent Good Finders instead of Fault Finders . It’s easy to find fault in others and in yourself, however, great leaders condition themselves to develop a positive attitude and to always look for the good in others, in themselves and in situations they may encounter. What ....

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  • Black Belts Have Courage

    Black Belts Have Courage

    Black Belts should have the courage to admit and face their fears. Fear is a mere obstacle that must be dealt with in our personal journey of excellence. Many studies have been done on why some people are more successful than others. Learning and developing the same qualities of other great Black Belts will accelerate your progress in becoming the best you can be. Many experts agree that fear is the number one reason why most people fail to achieve their goals and pursue their dreams. The fear of failure often results in never getting started. Fear can destroy a person’s dreams and desires; it can literally destroy their chances for success and achievement. Therefore, ....

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  • The 3 Ds for Success

    The 3 Ds for Success

    There are many keys that will help you become successful in the achievement of your goals. Often, it can be overwhelming to know what you should be focusing on to help you move towards achieving your goals. There are, however, 3 key qualities that, once developed and used, will ensure movement towards your goals and ultimately to their achievement. Desire
    : The start of any great achievement is a strong burning desire. Desire will not only help get you started but will keep your motivation strong through the inevitable ups and downs you will encounter. Having a strong “WHY” you want to achieve something will make all the difference. Discipline

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  • Measure It - Manage It!

    Measure It - Manage It!

    As Goal-Oriented Martial Arts students, we all have target goals and objectives we want to reach. As we take massive action toward their achievement, it is vital to keep track of our progress. Measure it – Manage it ! Simply put, when we check and review our current progress and results, it allows us to make any adjustments needed to ensure success. By using empowering questions, we can lead ourselves to empowering answers. 1.
    What areas am I seeing the greatest gains?
    What other actions can I take to improve my results?
    Why is this an important goal in my life?
    How will I benefit and grow from this achievement?

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  • Patience


    Take a few extra seconds when responding to poor behavior. This demonstrates compassion, empathy, and self-control on your part. Sometimes all you need to do is think about responding in the most patient manner to help re-direct your child. A few seconds can make a big difference.
    Ask, Listen, Explain

    Patience helps you to establish better solutions for difficult moments with your child. If your child has a temper tantrum, for instance, take a few seconds to calm down before reacting. Then, ask questions to help determine what is really driving the behavior. Listen to what they say and then explain what they could have done instead. Patience can lead to ....

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  • Develop the Habit of Eagerness

    Develop the Habit of Eagerness

    Have you ever noticed how some people are always so eager? They're eager to learn and grow. Eager to train and improve their skills and conditioning. Eager to help and serve others. Eager to work productively and get ahead. Eagerness is an excellent quality to possess.
    In the Martial Arts, when you display an eager attitude, it opens doors and creates opportunities that you may not experience if you lacked eagerness. When you show an eager interest in others, they tend to show you the same. "To be interesting, you must first be interested in others." -Dale Carnegie

    When you're eager to train, your teachers, classmates and training partners will want to ....

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  • Attunement


    Do you ever feel like you can read your child’s mind? You know what they are going to do or say next because they have had the same reaction before? This is attunement. Improving your attunement skills will allow you to create a more patient and understanding relationship with your child.
    Modify Your Child’s Behavior:
    Be attuned to your child’s anxieties and try a creative approach that allows them to focus on positive behaviors and interactions instead of their anxieties or stresses. If you are attuned to the fact that your child has anxiety about going to school in the morning, for instance, help them relieve their stress by adding some interactive ....

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  • Connection


    One of the most important things that you can do as a parent is establish a connection with your child. In fact, children need connection more than anything else. Here are a few ways that you can begin to build a great connection with your child: Daily Interactions:

    Make one-on-one connections with your child. Instead of asking a question from across the room, take an extra 15 seconds to walk to your child, get down on their level, maybe tap their shoulder or touch their arm, and ask the question. Chances are they will engage right away (instead of ignoring you) and answer you because you have made that personal connection.
    Connect with ....

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