Thursday, October 25, 2012

Stress Management? Stress Elimination.

How do you deal with the stress in your life?  Do you meditate, so you feel better about stress?  Or do you eliminate the stress source, so that you don’t feel stress at all?

Read how to at stress management.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

A New Approach To Stress Management – Eliminate It

Most stress management programs focus on how you deal with your feelings about stress.  They teach you how to relax, how to meditate, how to lower blood pressure.   But very few of them teach you how to eliminate stress or transform stress into a positive situation.  Until now.

STRESS JUDO COACHING is an aggressive, unique program to give you a black belt’s focus and a trial lawyer’s tenacity and their combined creativity to eliminate stress from your life.  For 3 FREE exclusive reports describing how you can learn the number one leadership skill – keeping your head in the midst of chaos – go to STRESS JUDO COACHING.  See how you can use coaching for leadership.

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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Real Defense Of Self And Family Requires Real Violence

Real self defense requires real violence. I don’t mean defending against the “whadjou say bout my mother?” loudmouth at the bar. Or the “You suck!” blowhard at the game. I mean the guy who wants to kill you and take your money. Or take your daughter.

I have studied martial arts for almost 30 years, including kyokushin and shotokan karate, judo, jujitsu, boxing, and aikido. But none of them made me feel as secure and confident in my ability to defend myself and my family against a violent criminal as Target Focus Training.

I own 2 of the TFT programs: Surviving The Worst 5 Seconds Of Your Life and TFT Weapons Series. I have attended several TFT teleseminars and webinars, and subscribe to the newsletter and the blog, The instruction here is precise, focused, and clear. There’s not a wasted second anywhere. The method presented consists of 3 steps and can be used against any number of attackers, with them – or you – using any kinds of weapons.

That’s right. Three steps.

Because TFT teaches violence. What to do if violence is used on you. How to use violence to defend yourself and your loved one.

Because, as TFT founder Tim Larkin put it so elegantly: “Violence isn’t always the answer. But when it IS the answer, it’s the ONLY answer.”

Rick Carter
Turning stress inTO OPPORTUNITIES

P.S. These are affiilate links, so I get a fee if you purchase through this site. I own these programs. I review them frequently. I recommend them without reservation.

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Monday, October 18, 2010

Stress Management And Coaching For Leadership

Being a father who doesn’t have custody of his kids can be stressful.  But no one wants to think that a man can’t handle stress.  So why not get rid of the stress instead of suffering with it? STRESS JUDO Black Belt stress management will train you to attack and destroy the stress in your life.  It’s not one of those touchy-feely light a candle and chant crappy programs.  This program gives you the mindset of a black belt martial artist and the coolness of an experienced trial attorney.  It can also be used as a coaching for leadership program, as the leader is the person who can stay cool under pressure.

So check it out here –> coaching for leadership.

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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Family Money Management And Stress Management With A Realistic Budget

A major and consistent source of stress for most people is money.  Well, actually the stress is caused by spending more money than they bring in or have.  The answer to this is simple: spend less.  Yeah, and the answer to losing weight is spend more calories than you eat.  So let’s come up with a plan for realistic family money management and hopefully get rid of some of that stress with a realistic budget.
1. Do NOT make the traditional “money in, money out” budget.  This may help you understand the problem, and show you where you are spending money that you shouldn’t.  But the problem is that defining the budget this way is what governments do, and you know how hard it is for THEM to cut anything out.

Rest of article: family money management

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Saturday, August 14, 2010


I really want to thank everyone for all of the GREAT comments we’ve been getting!  The purpose of this blog is to help FATHERS who do not have cutody of their children, so please keep leaving comments.

We focus our posts on you.

And check out the special SUMMER pricing on Father’s Rights Library.

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Friday, July 30, 2010

Here’s A Tip For Dealing With Your Kids

I saw this blog post on a website about stress.  I looks like it’s directed to management – but it can be used by fafhers to work with your kids.

Check it out: Executive Leadership Coaching

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Do You Want To Wake Up AHEAD Of Stress?

You are going through a lot of stress in your life.  What if there was a way to get ahead of the stress of the day?  To tap into the energy and get focus you  need to attack and eliminate all the stress that will hit you today?

Go to STRESS JUDO stress management.

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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Are You Stressed Out With Your Situation?

Are you feeling stressed out about your situation?

Does it seem like nothing isuncer your control?

Does it feel hopeless and like you should just give up?

First of all, “giving up” is generally NOT an option.  This is because most states (maybe all of them) will NOT let you “give up” on your child support responsibilities.  So you will be paying for something you can’t have.  Namely, your children.

In addition, “giving up” on trying to visit the children just gives her and her lawyer one more arrow to shoot at you in court: “he doesn’t even care enough about his children to visit them!”  Now, this is a total lie.  Most fathers who “give up” do it because the hassle and stress of trying to arrange parenting time and actually get the kids is so terrific and so painful.  But the judge won’t see that.  The judge’s opinion is that you should suffer any hassle, endure any indignation, do whatever is necessary to see your children.  In other words: “Mom, do whatever you can to make it as difficult as possible for the visitation to occur, because I – the judge – am going to put the burden and blame on DAD, not you.”

Here are 3 resources that might help you:

1. Father’s Rights Library: 3 volumes to help you develop a focused strategy for discovery, litigation, and custody fights.

2. STRESS JUDO Black Belt stress management training: This unique and exclusive training for managing stress takes you through 6 belt levels to take control of the stress in your life.

3. STRESS JUDO: The Mastery Manual: The reference manual for the Black Belt training program.  Available through this link at a special 25% off price.

Let us know if these resaources help you.  And let us know what YOU use to handle the stress of the family law litigation process.

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Saturday, December 12, 2009


The third volume of the FATHER’S RIGHTS LIBRARY has been released.


  1. Strategies to use to save attorney’s fees
  2. Outlining your case, to be presented to the Court to maximize your chances
  3. Anticipating her responses and how you can asnwer and defeat them

You also get 3 EXCLUSIVE bonuses:

  1. Father’s UNOFFICIAL Bill Of Rights: 10 goals you should focus on
  2. STRATEGY MANUAL: how to strategize your litigation and how the FATHER’S RIGHT LIBRARY can assist
  3. 5 Simple Ways To Destroy Your Family Law Case: a look at some common mistakes that waster your money and your time, and almost guarantee you will lose anyway!

Go to CUSTODY CHANGE to see this 3rd Manual, and the first 2 (PLEADINGS and DISCOVERY) and the SPECIAL PRICING.

Finally – you and your children have someone on your side of the courtroom.

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