We can either complain or train
In chapter 4 of #CryLikeAMan, I share how after the divorce, my father spent only one day a week with me—often making me feel like a chore. I will never forget the evening he complained to my mother about my poor dining etiquette at a restaurant. Although his words hurt me, I refused to allow that pain to cause me to complain about the next generation of boys who need training—instead I created what they needed.
As a wounded young father in my early 30’s, I probably would have demeaningly called my son “lazy” for not holding his suit while we waited in line to purchase it.Read More
A responsible father will always push himself to provide for his family—but sometimes the load gets heavy. However, when the family unit is unified, its unbreakable!Read More
Our founder Jason Wilson’s appearance on The Mel Robbins Show airs today on CBS!Read More
It’s deep how life comes full circle at times. I met this brother Sierra in 1991 when I was trying to get in shape. Little did I know that the Most High crossed our paths so that I could build my spiritual “muscles.” Sierra was not only a trainer at a national chain gym but a man of God—and later I discovered he was married to my good friend from high school, Youlanda. Sierra was a strong influence in my life and we became close friends.Read More
We are infuriated that this happened to your beloved son and we are ready to be the village you need! We will not only help your son release the trauma associated with this vicious assault but also give him the psychological support, brotherhood, emotional stability and martial art training needed to ensure he will NEVER be a victim of bullying again!Read More
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