Warriors confront the evil that most people refuse to acknowledge.

We are all warriors. Maybe not the physical warriors we tend to think of when we hear the word warrior.

We all have evils in our lives that we have to deal with.

The weak choose not to deal or acknowledge these evils.

The strong choose to acknowledge these evils and conquer them. Conquer them through inner strength, determination, discipline, and intelligence.

Some warriors are born whereas other warriors are made. Either way the skills of the warrior must be trained and honed.

Warriors must be taught to deal with evils through experiencing these evils so they can grow stronger.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do



Be the type of person what when your feet touch the floor in the morning the devil says, “Aww crap… they’re up.”

To me that is very inspiring.

I believe everyone should wake up each morning and make the best out of each day. Do stuff that makes a difference in someone else’s life.

I believe each person has a purpose. Find your purpose and excel in it. Make it worthwhile.

We were all born for greatness in certain things. Find it and embrace it. Live it. Love it.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do



You will only get what you work for. Nothing more, nothing less.

Ah yes. So very true. You will only get out of life what you put into it.

If you really want to be successfully and get the most out of what you want than you are going to have to do the work. You have to work harder and smarter than the rest.

If you choose not to work hard and smart you won’t achieve what you seek. Life doesn’t reward those who don’t want to do the work.

Successful people in all aspects of life work hard. It’s that simple.

I am also reminded of another quote.  The first 90% of your effort will produce 10% of your results. The last 10% of your effort will get you 90% of your results. Meaning that you have to work hard for a while and you will reap the benefits after most of the work has been done.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do



i don’t stop when I’m tired, I stop when I’m Done.

A very wise piece of wisdom that will allow you to achieve you more than you ever thought before.

This is applicable in all areas of your life. You can take this mentality in your work life and in your fitness/conditioning life.

If you are working out and you have so many sets and reps to achieve in each workout, you don’t finish or stop until you are done all the sets and reps that you set out to do. This will allow you to progress faster and in a more predictable manner.

Being tired or sore should not be an excuse to stop. Our bodies are designed to go through pain and tiredness. If you fight through it you will progress and adapt. If you keep giving up because of your excuses you will never adapt. You will never get any better. Worse yet you will start to decline. You will start moving backwards instead of forward.

Never allow yourself to stop until you are done. You owe it to yourself to make yourself better each and every day.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae Kwon Do



Train like your life depends on it.

If everyone took this advice and incorporated into many important aspects of their lives I bet we would be seeing some pretty amazing things happening more and more often.

To be dedicated fully to whatever it is you are doing is key to personal greatest.

To completely focus in the moment, in the now. This would bring more enjoyment in all we do. Truly experiencing the experiences we are having. There is no past or future, only the now.

Master Jonathan Field

Cobourg Tae kwon Do