1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby rockstar » Tue Jan 24, 2012 12:54 pm

Awesome post Quene....

Alot of times I let my ego get in the way.... Espically, when I dont have the outcome I desired... Reading this post and earlier posts by you, can see this purple belt was well deserved, congrats.... Also, one thing I want to add about the fighting aspect, is when I'm about to sparr, I get really nervous, but once I get in there its not so bad.....Matter of fact, turns out pretty good, thats I feel about approaching, once I do, the nervousness goes away....And all the negative scenarios I play in my head, usually never happen... I can see how these two things relate....
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby packleader11 » Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:22 pm

That was an awesome post. I can relate to a lot what you went through and continue to go through to become better. I just joined the forum and now I'm glad I did. I can immediately tell that there is a ton of value within this threads and posts. Thanks for putting in the thought, time and effort to post such a great message, I know I appreciate it!
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Gaider » Sun Sep 30, 2012 8:52 am

That was a great read.
It takes quite a lot for me to sit here and read through all that text in one sitting but it kepy my interest well and made me reflect on my own game.
- Self esteem is the immune system of consciousness.
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Rsuede » Wed Nov 07, 2012 1:23 am

Good stuff Quene... And I agree with Gaider, takes a lot to read through this stuff. Time for my ass to stick with the routine Openers and Stack. I open successfully but tank out a lot by not taking the time to stack. I go direct usually after the opener and can't recover when I fails... great job
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Snipes » Wed Oct 23, 2013 5:17 pm

This thread was inspiring. I love the way you broke down the ego and the field.
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby thelocal » Sun Feb 16, 2014 6:44 pm

q where you been?
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Re: 1on1 w/ Bravo - FR: The Ego vs. The Field

Postby Sigma » Tue Dec 22, 2015 8:01 pm

Awesome lessons.
If you're alive today, then you have a 100% success rate over anything that has tried to break you.
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