Gail's Blog

Articles for Business

Bridging two worlds—Business and Spiritual

Humanity in a modern world—with an eye toward business—as observed, dissected, and celebrated by Gail Minogue and her unique perspective. Discover how understanding global events, macro- and microtrends, and interpersonal dynamics can lead to effective and profitable business decisions.

« View All Articles »

Many years ago I discovered an article written by John Perkins. I believe he was/is a karate instructor in New Jersey. He was very accomplished in his craft and was teachings rookie cops who had just gotten out of police academy. They had been taught the skills of a policeman but there was an ingredient that could not be taught at the police academy and that was how to train your mind to act in an immediate situation of dangerous chaos. The article was entitled “Think and Prepare Like a Warrior”. I believe he has written a book on self-defense and not the easy stuff taught by your local YMCA or gym. It is quite hard core.

« Read More »

5 Responses to “Think and Prepare Like a Warrior”

  1. Pam Hale says:

    Seeing what others don’t see, or always being “on the lookout” for what else you can dis-cover about the essence of the situation..that’s what sticks with me. It doesn’t mean wearing blinders or denying; it has to do with chosen focus. Thank you, Gail.

  2. Debbie says:

    Great Advice & one more…
    Stop watching the nightly gluttony of BS, that is fed to you & meant to brainwash you into a state of fear.
    FEAR: False Evidence Appearing Real.
    Put out into the Universe, what you want to come back to you & the way you want the Universe to be.
    Don’t listen to the chaos that is fed to you, don’t buy into it. …Each & Everyone Of Us, has the power to change what is happening….Don’t give your power away.

  3. Elaine Sonne says:

    Thank you Gail. This is a fabulous article. I needed to see this. And I’m sure many others do too. I’m going to share.

  4. Karen says:

    Excellent. Thank you!

Leave a Reply

« View All Articles »