Bill Babin Motivational Speaker

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For the last four years, Ireland Fleck has been involved in only one activity—our KARATE FOR KIDS program. “We had been hearing from her doctors and teachers that her coordination was behind,” Carla Fleck, Ireland’s mother said. “Ireland had expressed an interest in karate and it seemed like it would help with coordination.  So we […]

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If you want to win more tournaments… spar with greater success …and take your martial arts skills to the next level…read on.  Because this month you’re going to discover how to improve your technique, no matter what level you’re at right now.   Five Key Secrets      I’m going to reveal five key secrets that, when […]

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  Articulate, Expressive, Ambitious, Confident Those are the words that best describe RYLEE BACHUS, our student of the month.  Indeed, her enthusiasm to talk about her KARATE FOR KIDS experience—as well as the skill of her oral delivery– is testimony to how much she has learned here about being a leader. Two and a half […]

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When you think back through your Babin’s Karate for Kids career, isn’t it amazing how many people you’ve passed by?  These are the people who started the same time you did, but for whatever reason, took a “break” and just never got back into it? Winning Through Perseverance We often hear from member that they […]

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While we focus on the benefits of martial arts for kids a lot at our academy (they’re obviously a big part of what we do), you’d be amazed at how many adults have seen the benefits their kids are getting from our program and said, “What about me?  I want to try martial arts”. So […]

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QUALITIES OF A LEADER–Enthusiasm, Self Control, Ambition A few years ago, we went to Porter Elementary and conducted a “safety night” for the entire school.  We used the same material you hear in our classes about “saying no” and “safe side adults.”   After that class, more than twenty-five children came to our academy.   Alexis Campbell […]

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Valeria Tapia’s story begins like so many others.  By age six, she had tried dance and other activities.  Nothing seemed to spark her interest until she learned that one of her school friends, Leah Millman, was coming to KARATE FOR KIDS.   Mom, Maria, and dad, Albert, brought her in and, from that day on it’s […]

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“If you don’t like something, change it; if you can’t change it, change the way you think about it.” – Mary Engelbreit I discovered an amazing video on YouTube you just have to see.  It shows an animal behavior expert named Kevin Richardson roughhousing and rolling around with full-grown, adult male lions.  This man possesses […]

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“Men are respectable only as they respect.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson All of our life skills, like discipline, honor, integrity, courtesy and respect, form the bedrock of traditional martial arts.  These values set us apart from any other sport or activity and define what it means to be a martial artist. We teach these life […]

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Okay, time for a goal-check.  Back in January, I passed along 37 goal-setting tips to help you set goals for 2011.  One of those tips was “checking your progress along the way”.  This is a great time to do that. Checking Your Progress How is your progress? Are you visualizing what it will be like […]

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