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It is a mindset, a form of mental discipline that enables the warrior to face any challenge with grace and strength. In The Warrior Mind , Jim Pritchard, a disciple of legendary Ninjitsu and Taijitsu masters, reveals how we can adopt this mindset whether or "When we think of martial arts, we think of self defense, but for the true practitioner it is so much more than that. In The Warrior Mind , Jim Pritchard, a disciple of legendary Ninjitsu and Taijitsu masters, reveals how we can adopt this mindset whether or not we practice the physical components of the martial arts.
Pritchard describes six mental principles: Paperback , pages.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Warrior Mind , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 15, Tami rated it really liked it. The Warrior Mind focuses on six moves or principles: These moves are taken directly from the author's experiences in his martial arts training.
The author then translates these basic principles into actions for virtually any situation from dealing with a physical confrontation through moving through fear, anxiety, and procrastination to striving towards your personal or professional goals. Essentially, Th The Warrior Mind focuses on six moves or principles: Essentially, The Warrior Mind teaches the reader a whole different way to look at any given situation.
Often, we become frozen with the what ifs and the might happens when faced with situations in both our personal and professional lives.
It brought to my attention my vulnerability. But I had the conditioning and training to introduce both thought and motion as a way to solve my dilemma: I had to get my instructor to come to the surface motion so that we could try it all again. Being mindful is to condition the mind to think in the here and now.
You decide to take a wilderness camping trip. Then you can back away from your emotional reaction to the situation and experience more fluidity. Realize that when you first get the news, none of this is happening in that moment. Skip to content Home. And in doing so, they compel upper management to pay attention to a problem that needs their attention in the here and now.
You accept the fact that there will be times when you will have to deal with conflict. In some workplaces everyone always seems to be looking for some kind of fight. Those environments are very stressful and unproductive.
An officer returning from a tour of duty with the U. What is warrior confidence? Can it be learned without studying the martial arts? Warrior confidence is feeling safe in your own skin.
Warrior confidence can most definitely be learned without formal study of the martial arts. Warrior confidence is first and foremost a mindset. Studying martial arts is one way you can begin to understand the connection between your physical actions, the state of your body and the state of your mind. Be of good faith and a hearty spirit. And may the six elements challenge you to move ever forward to the here and now. AMA Staff American Management Association is a world leader in professional development, advancing the skills of individuals to drive business success.
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Plenty, according to a fascinating new book, The Warrior Mind: Author Jim Pritchard holds black belts in several martial arts and has received advanced training in the Ninjitsu ways of the Shadow Warrior.