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Who do you look to for wisdom and growth?
As far as martial arts masters with whom I have personal student, disciple, or family relationships with, that would be primarily Master David C.K. Lin & Sifu James Lin in Combat Shuai-Chiao, the late Grandmaster Arthur Y.S. Lee & his son Grandmaster Harlan Lee in Sil Lum Fut Ga, Magulang na Guro Dan Inosanto in Jeet Kune Do & Filipino Kali, Shihan Tsutomu Ohshima & Sensei Tom Muzila in Shotokan Karate, Prof. Roy Harris in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu & Kalis Ilustrisimo, Prof. Thomas J. Desch-Obi in Capoeira Angola, and Col. Nattapong Buayam in Thai martial arts.
As far as martial arts masters whom I’ve been honored to interact with on a somewhat more limited basis who’ve inspired me greatly, taught me some great insight, or poured some meaningful level of time and effort into my development, that list is obscenely long. Almost every instructor that I’ve been fortunate to cross paths with & spend time with has given me some great insight or perspective. If you really are devoted to growth, to improvement, and to life, there’s almost nobody who isn’t capable of either imparting wisdom to you or testing it.
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