There is a difference between
There is a difference between a fighter and a martial artist. A fighter is training for a purpose: He has a fight. I’m a martial artist. I don’t train for a fight. I train for myself. I’m training all the time. My goal is perfection. But I will never reach perfection.
– Georges St-Pierre
- You can train and train until you are blue in the face, but you’ve got to diet, you’ve got to have that leanness because if you are not lean, your abs won’t show. Of course, the training has to be put in, but then you’ve to shed all the fat and keep the fat off.
- To solve a problem or to reach a goal, you…don’t need to know all the answers in advance. But you must have a clear idea of the problem or the goal you want to reach. – Anonymous
- Who is God? Who are we? What is our purpose? All these questions remain unanswered. I want to reach the genuine seeker of spiritual well-being. My goal is to satisfy the hunger and longing for those who are seeking the truth. – Ravi Zacharias
- Boxing, mixed martial arts and tennis are the hardest sports to train for. – Andy Murray
- If you want to reach a goal, you must “see the reaching” in your own mind before you actually arrive at your goal. – Zig Ziglar
- I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence, I can reach for; perfection is God’s business. – Michael J Fox
- ‘Immortals’ was very much a martial arts based training program – a lot of body weight stuff, very little in the way of actually lifting heavy weights, and a very, very low calorie diet. – Henry Cavill
- The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul. – Wassily Kandinsky
- Discovering your purpose doesn’t have to be complicated. Look at what you do and why you do it. Is it to support your family? That’s your purpose. Is it to make a difference in your customer’s life? That’s your purpose. – Anne F. Beiler
- “There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.” – W. Clement Stone