Don't Keep Score

ďItís Not My Turn!Ē Whether you are asked to take out the trash, wash the dishes, mow the lawn, or in an atmosphere where certain tasks are rotated, if you complain that it isnít your turn, you are keeping score. If you keep score, you will end up feeling resentment -which is a very destructive emotion.



Keeping score will clutter your mind because, instead of doing something constructive, you will be worrying whether or not you are doing more than someone else. Feeling resentment can ruin your whole day. With the Black Belt Attitude, you never think of whose turn it is. With a smile, you just do it and it makes you happy to know someone else has one less thing to do.  NAPMA


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301 N Lillis Lane
Denison TX 75020
at the Parkside Recreation Center PO Box 1583
Denison TX 75021
Phone: 903 465 2227
Text: 903 465 2227
Private message us on Facebook Sam Perez, Chief Instructor
8th Degree Black Belt
With more than 30 years as a karate instructor, Mr Perez is a 8th degree black belt in American Tae Kwon Do. He received the 2004 award of "Instructor of the year" from A-kaTo, a credible five state Tae Kwon Do organization.
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