Jan 1, Conflict is an unavoidable aspect of living. The late renowned aikido master Terry Dobson, together with Victor Miller, present aikido as a basis. Conflict is an unavoidable aspect of living. The late renowned aikido master Terry Dobson, together with Victor Miller, present aikido as a basis for. Jul 15, Conflict is an unavoidable aspect of living. The late renowned aikido master Terry Dobson, together with Victor Miller, present aikido as a basis.
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Then, use the lkfe pause that follows to take the lead, reframing the problem as a shared one. Victor Miller is a television and film writer living in Milford, Connecticut.
This all sounds rather mystical, I know; becoming a black belt in everyday aikido would surely take years of practice. But any of us could train ourselves to respond, when tempers flare, with an internal question: I’ve read this book a couple times.
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Joseph Workman rated it it was amazing Jul 10, I thought this book was quite interesting. The Most Hostile Aggressor of All. Before his death in evverydayhe had taught aikido for twenty-five years and brought its principles to conflict management and personal growth seminars in education, mediation and business.
Nov 13, Jason rated it liked it. Aug 19, Kate marked it as to-buy. You could use the tactic they call “doing nothing”: Loading comments… Trouble loading? Return to Book Page.
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Sara Furlong rated it really liked it Nov 22, Nick Everydau rated it it was amazing Oct 23, Now You Try It. Want to Read saving…. Lists with This Book. The Spirit of Attacktics and the Attacktics of Spirit.
Not all conflicts are contests, say Dobson and Miller, and not all conflicts are equally threatening. But an approach surprisingly close to this in spirit — admittedly without the somersaults — lies at the heart of a doson entitled Aikido In Everyday Life, by Terry Dobson and Victor Miller, published 35 years ago and due for rediscovery. Jeff rated it liked it Sep 30, The Shape of Conflict.
The geometric diagrams of conflict were creative and helpful. I kind of disagree with some points.
Aikido in Everyday Life: Giving in to Get Your Way
May 27, Daniel rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Eddie Moreno rated it it was amazing Nov 12, First, seek “confluence” with your opponent, for example by conceding that his feelings are understandable, or that she might have a point. Recommend by Susan Jeffers feel the fear and do it anyway. Finding more options to deal Aalborg rated it it was ok Nov 26,