47 min

AnnMaria De Mars - World Judo Champion, Professor & Entrepreneur - Fight to Win‪!‬ The Martial Arts Woman Podcast

    • Society & Culture

Listen to this fascinating and fiery interview with AnnMaria De Mars, World Judo Champion and Entrepreneur - Owner of 7 Generation Games - games that make you smarter!  AnnMaria says, "you can either fight to not lose or fight to win," and she applies this across the board from competition to life. Learn what she considers a big mistake in her martial art journey and what the only thing is that she ever watches on television. Her biggest life-lesson is to always remind yourself how far you have come to where you are today.    She was the first American to win a gold medal in the World Judo Championships in 1984! Listen in as we chat about why she began martial arts at age 12, why competing was important to her, what women should be aware of when choosing a school or instructor, raising children while working 2 or 3 jobs, what winning the Judo Championship means to her, her entrepreneurship, and her business, 7 Generation Games, and so much more. There are a few "bleeps" here and there...let's just say this interview is fired up! Don't miss it!  Links & Info:  AnnMaria De Mars Links & Info: www.7generationgames.com   - 7 Generation Games, USA "We make games that make you smarter"  www.strongmindstudios.com  - Strong Mind Studios, Chile Andrea's books: The Martial Arts Women Book:  https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Woman-Motivational-Stories/dp/193788418X (or contact me for signed copies) Martial Art Inspirations for Everyone Book: https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Inspirations-Everyone-Andrea-Harkins/dp/150297830X


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Listen to this fascinating and fiery interview with AnnMaria De Mars, World Judo Champion and Entrepreneur - Owner of 7 Generation Games - games that make you smarter!  AnnMaria says, "you can either fight to not lose or fight to win," and she applies this across the board from competition to life. Learn what she considers a big mistake in her martial art journey and what the only thing is that she ever watches on television. Her biggest life-lesson is to always remind yourself how far you have come to where you are today.    She was the first American to win a gold medal in the World Judo Championships in 1984! Listen in as we chat about why she began martial arts at age 12, why competing was important to her, what women should be aware of when choosing a school or instructor, raising children while working 2 or 3 jobs, what winning the Judo Championship means to her, her entrepreneurship, and her business, 7 Generation Games, and so much more. There are a few "bleeps" here and there...let's just say this interview is fired up! Don't miss it!  Links & Info:  AnnMaria De Mars Links & Info: www.7generationgames.com   - 7 Generation Games, USA "We make games that make you smarter"  www.strongmindstudios.com  - Strong Mind Studios, Chile Andrea's books: The Martial Arts Women Book:  https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Woman-Motivational-Stories/dp/193788418X (or contact me for signed copies) Martial Art Inspirations for Everyone Book: https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Inspirations-Everyone-Andrea-Harkins/dp/150297830X


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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/andrea-harkins/support

47 min

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