[EPISODE] Martial Arts vs. Business Disasters
We’ll hear from Sun Dojo owner, Laurel Carroll, on the connections between success in business and growth in martial arts, and how to recover your business after a natural disaster.
Jeremiah opens the show with a quotes: “Don’t wish things were easier, wish you were better”. Today’s guest is Laurel Carroll. Laurel starts by talking about her upbringing and the neighborhood in which she grew up in. Laurel went to LaGuardia High School; where she learned resilience and independence. She talks about how her resilience helped her throughout her life and eventually helped her become an entrepreneur. Laurel ends the segment by telling the audience about a teacher that she remembers from High School; in which she gives credit to for her now being focused and disciplined.
Jeremiah begins with talking about how jujitsu taught him the same principals that people in his younger life tried to teach him. The discussion continues by talking about different martial arts celebrities and how they encouraged kids all around the world to want to do martial arts. Jeremiah mentions the class he takes (which is taught by Laurel), and how it made him feel completely different, after just the second class. Laurel explains the Flow state of the body. Laurel continues the conversation by delving into the mind and how we have to work hard to change our way of thinking.
Laurel begins this segment by telling the audience about how she started in martial arts. She talks about how she initially thought jujitsu was a joke. They continue by discussing how jujitsu is much more than physical. Laurel goes on, by discussing the added value of jujitsu. Laurel references business lessons that she has learned from Tony Robbins. Laurel talks of how she wants her clients to feel confident. They end the segment by discussing how what you learn in jujitsu can help in life and in business.
They open this section by discussing the impact that jujitsu has on people. Jeremiah talks about how jujitsu creates a community within the participants. Laurel delves into her Tony Robbins experience. Her experience at his forum helped her in life and in her business. She talks about how you have to implement lessons into your life, in order to change it. She talks of how you have to know why you are doing what you are doing. We end this segment with a conversation about how you have to ask the right questions in life in order to do and be better.