There’s a famous scene in Enter the Dragon where Bruce Lee’s teacher asks him his thoughts when facing an opponent. Bruce Lee responds that “there is no opponent.” When his teacher asks him why that is, Lee responds, “because the word “I” does not exist.” I’ve seen this exchange interpreted again and again to mean
“Your personal philosophy is the greatest determining factor in how your life works out.” – Jim Rohn I recently read this article by Dr. Michael Gervais called “Living in Alignment With Your Personal Philosophy.” The idea behind the article is that whether we’re able to articulate it or not, each of us has a personal
“To express oneself honestly, not lying to oneself…that, my friend, is very difficult to do.” – Bruce Lee For the first 24 years of my life, my reason for getting out of bed each morning had always been centered around outside expectations. Growing up, there was the outside expectation of going to school every day.
“After all, you can’t imitate something that’s never been done before.” In psychology, observational learning describes the process we use to learn from another person’s behavior. Dr. Albert Bandura’s social learning theory breaks this process down into four key steps: Attention – awareness of a behavior that can be imitated Retention – the remembering of