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#20 A Method to Practically Guarantee Progress and Improvement: Nick Suino on “The Crucible‪”‬ The Master's Journey

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#20 A Method to Practically Guarantee Progress and Improvement: Nick Suino on “The Crucible”

For over three decades, Nick Suino (nicklaus-suino.com) has guided thousands of people to become more centered, happier, and more successful. He has been called “one of the leading martial arts instructors in North America,” but his influence radiates far beyond the dojo. He has made it his life’s mission to learn the fundamental principles of success in many different fields, apply them, and share them with people.

Author of ten books, including THE FLYWHEEL, LOOK UP! and BUDO MIND AND BODY (named “Essential Gear” by Black Belt Magazine), Nick has helped transform professionals, business owners, athletes, martial artists, and ordinary people with his presentations, group training and coaching. His book PRACTICE DRILLS FOR JAPANESE SWORDSMANSHIP spent many weeks as the #1 selling title in the Fencing Books category on Amazon.

Nick owns all or part of successful businesses in diverse fields like martial arts, marketing, publishing and law. He has been honored by the University of Michigan–Dearborn as “Mentor of the Year”; by the Bluewater Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo for advancing entrepreneurship; and by the International Martial Arts Federation for supporting traditional Japanese budo. He and his work have been featured in a wide range of publications, including Black Belt Magazine, The ANN Magazine, and the Journal of Asian Martial Arts.

He’s taught self-defense and empowerment to hundreds of men, women, girls and boys. Nick and his teams have a commitment to support worthwhile causes – it’s an essential part of their mission. They’ve donated to dozens of organizations in the past decade, including Fisher House of Michigan, Boy Scouts of America, Alzheimer’s Association, SafeHouse of Ann Arbor, Center for Independent Living, and Wounded Warrior Project.

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Either one of these actions takes less than 60 seconds but can make an enormous difference in helping more people and improving the podcast.

For show notes and previous episodes, please visit lukaskramer.net/podcast

If you’ve got any feedback or questions, if you want to share AHA-moments you experienced, or if you simply want to connect, I’d love to hear from you! Just send me an email at lukas@lukaskramer.net.

To learn more about how we can help you further on your Master's Journey, please visit lukaskramer.net

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#20 A Method to Practically Guarantee Progress and Improvement: Nick Suino on “The Crucible”

For over three decades, Nick Suino (nicklaus-suino.com) has guided thousands of people to become more centered, happier, and more successful. He has been called “one of the leading martial arts instructors in North America,” but his influence radiates far beyond the dojo. He has made it his life’s mission to learn the fundamental principles of success in many different fields, apply them, and share them with people.

Author of ten books, including THE FLYWHEEL, LOOK UP! and BUDO MIND AND BODY (named “Essential Gear” by Black Belt Magazine), Nick has helped transform professionals, business owners, athletes, martial artists, and ordinary people with his presentations, group training and coaching. His book PRACTICE DRILLS FOR JAPANESE SWORDSMANSHIP spent many weeks as the #1 selling title in the Fencing Books category on Amazon.

Nick owns all or part of successful businesses in diverse fields like martial arts, marketing, publishing and law. He has been honored by the University of Michigan–Dearborn as “Mentor of the Year”; by the Bluewater Chamber of Commerce’s Business Expo for advancing entrepreneurship; and by the International Martial Arts Federation for supporting traditional Japanese budo. He and his work have been featured in a wide range of publications, including Black Belt Magazine, The ANN Magazine, and the Journal of Asian Martial Arts.

He’s taught self-defense and empowerment to hundreds of men, women, girls and boys. Nick and his teams have a commitment to support worthwhile causes – it’s an essential part of their mission. They’ve donated to dozens of organizations in the past decade, including Fisher House of Michigan, Boy Scouts of America, Alzheimer’s Association, SafeHouse of Ann Arbor, Center for Independent Living, and Wounded Warrior Project.

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If you enjoy the podcast please consider joining us in spreading the message: Share this episode with a friend who you know could really be helped by this content or leave a review for the podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Either one of these actions takes less than 60 seconds but can make an enormous difference in helping more people and improving the podcast.

For show notes and previous episodes, please visit lukaskramer.net/podcast

If you’ve got any feedback or questions, if you want to share AHA-moments you experienced, or if you simply want to connect, I’d love to hear from you! Just send me an email at lukas@lukaskramer.net.

To learn more about how we can help you further on your Master's Journey, please visit lukaskramer.net

Follow Lukas:

YouTube — https://bit.ly/themastersjourneyyoutube

Instagram — instagram.com/lukaskkramer

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