This site is compatible with Safari Version 3.1 and higher. Please upgrade your
Click on one of the photos below for a larger view...
Motivation is the key to success in life, particularly in the martial arts. Students need motivation to achieve their goals. Instructors need motivation to give their best to every class. And more importantly, every instructor must understand the keys to motivating their students to stay focused and enthusiastic in their daily workouts.
1,001 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Others is divided into two types of motivation: the inspiration section, with 100's of motivational sayings to inspire you and the application section, with 100's of specific things you can do to get motivated or motivate others. Also includes the theory of motivation and the difference between good and bad methods of motivating others.
More Books by Sang H. Kim:
Power Breathing book
Vital Point Strikes: The Art and Science of Vital Target Striking for Self-defense and Combat Sports
Complete Taekwondo Poomsae book
1001 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Others book
Teaching Martial Arts: The Way of the Master book
Ultimate Fitness through Martial Arts book
Taekwondo Kyorugi: Olympic Style Sparring book
Martial Arts Instructor's Desk Reference book
Martial Arts After 40 book
Ultimate Flexibility: Complete Guide to Stretching for Martial Arts book
Complete Kicking: The Ultimate Guide to Kicks for Martial Arts, Self-defense and Combat Sports
Taekwondo Self-defense: Taekwondo Hoshinsool book
Taekwondo Step Sparring Book
Taekwondo Taegeuk Forms book
The Art of Harmony book
Browse for more products in the same category as this item:
Add to Cart
Buy this item with
Low Cost Marketing for the Martial Art School
Add both to Cart
Maria Pitre Kearney
Everyone has good days and bad days when it comes to training. This book is great. I only have to pick it up and turn to any page to push me in the right direction. Wonderful book!
Although Kim's latest treasure is similar to Franklin's classic collection of maxims, Poor Richard's Almanac, his suggestions are more applicable and poignant than 200-year-old recommendations for better living. Kim divides the book into 15 chapters each directed toward subjects such as "How to Motivate your Boss" and tricks to motivate change or productivity. Truly 1001 Ways is worth 1001 dollars, so at $9.95 it's money well spent - something that would make old Ben proud
New York NY
Disguised beneath a boring cover is a fun handbook with motivational tips and sayings - in bullet-point format - for motivating yourself, your boss, employees, peers, students or customers, in situations of conflict resolution, creativity, decision making and leadership. Based on the book's message of courage and believing in yourself, it comes as no surprise that Kim is a taekwondo master and motivational speaker. This book shows that self-esteem, action, motivation and a "don't mess with me" attitude can in fact be a part of the Asian American psyche.
Add to Cart