Philosophy
Three-O’s Principle
Open mind
Open heart
Open arms
Five Firsts for Friendship
Communicate
Smile
Care
Share
Forgive
Five Steps to Health
Think
Eat
Exercise
Rest
Perform
Five S’s for Warmups
Safety
Slowness
Self-awareness
Stretching
Strengthening
Five A’s for Self Defense
Awareness
Alertness
Avoidance
Anticipation
Action
Five W’s for Self Defense
Wrong time
Wrong place
Wrong people
Wrong attitude
Wrong techniques
Five R’s for Self Defense
Right perspective
Right time
Right place
Right techniques
Run
Five P’s of Achievers
Perspective
Patience
Perseverance
Pride in accomplishment
Practice 'til perfect
Five D’s of a Winner
Direction
Discipline
Determination
Dedication
Do 'til death
Five Think Rights (No Brain, No Gain)
Think simpler
Think faster
Think better
Think deeper
Think wiser
Five Res’s for Interrelating
Responsibility (self respect)
Respect others
Responsiveness
Resolution
Resilience
Five F’s for Learning and Teaching
Fun
Friendship
Focus
Fly your spirit
Finish your goal
Five Re’s of Meditation
Relaxation
Respiration
Renewal / rejuvenation
Reflection
Realization
Five Sources of Power
Mind
Body
Spirit
Soul
Ki
Seven Martial Arts of Influence
Shotokan
Boxing
Judo
Aikido
Wing Chun
Tai Chi Chuan
Vovinam
Five Controls for Self Defense
Control area (awareness)
Control yourself (fear, anger)
Control attackers (strategy)
Control the situation
Control consequences
Five All’s for Self Defense (3-D)
All angles
All levels
All techniques
All situations
All people
Five Wins of a Winner
Over yourself
Opponent’s respect
Third party’s respect
Over the situation
People’s hearts
Ten Don’ts for Sparring
Angry
Fearful
Tense
Hurried
Waste energy
Overconfident
Distracted
Pre-conceived ideas
Discouraged if you lose
Afraid of losing
Five Steps in Cuong Nhu Philosophy
Living
Giving
Caring
Sharing
Loving
Five Selves
Self-acceptance / self-tolerance
Self-confidence
Self-esteem
Self-control
Selflessness
Eight Sources of Learning
Sensei and sempai
Classmates
Mirrors
Books, media
Tournaments
Training equipment
Yourself
Seminars
Five Re’s for Healing
Reduce
Relax
Reach
Reevaluate
Remember
The Foundation for Peak Performance: Simple as ABCDE
Awareness (well prepared and planned) (right perspective, right attitude)
Belief (in self and others)
Commitment (to excellence)
Dedication (labor of love)
Enlightenment
Five F’s for Training
Fortify your body
Find your own way
Fly your spirit
Feed your soul
Flow your ki
Five S’s for Safe Training / Running
Sane – Sight
Stretching
Stamina
Strength
Speed
Ten C’s for Successful Training / Running
Commitment
Coaching
Consistency
Courage
Conditioning
Camaraderie
Concentration
Communication
Competition with yourself
Control of your body
Training / Running Relation to Other Sports
Focus (timing)
Power
Endurance
Flexibility (conditioning)
Perspective
Ten “Nesses” of Leadership
Fitness – Health
Wellness – Health
Assertiveness – PR
Openness – PR
Fairness - PR
Directness – PR
Oneness – Improvement
Togetherness – Improvement
Forgiveness – Improvement
Creativeness – Improvement
5 Ups of Learning and Teaching
Shut Up
Put Up
Beat Up
Keep Up
Live Up
Five Troubles To Avoid
Alcohol abuse
Bigoted bull
Cardiovascular carelessness
Drug dependency
Excessive ego
Ten Stages of Growth
Nobody
Learner
Worker
Fighter
Achiever
Winner
Teacher
Leader
Thinker
Philosopher
Nobody
Five Loves of a Sensei
Teaching
Sharing
Students
Martial arts
Growth
Five Negatives in Teaching
Don’t ridicule any student
Don’t make discriminatory remarks
Don’t push students excessively (to avoid burning them out)
Don’t show favoritism
Don’t lose your composure
Twelve “Tions” for Teaching
Communication
Simplification
Explanation
Demonstration
Repetition
Correction
Creation
Interrelation
Reflection
Motivation
Evaluation
Dedication
Five Trues for Love of Life
True friendship
True love
True happiness
True peace
True freedom
5 Fears of Achievement
Hard work
Failure
Intimidation or pressure
Associating with people
Death
Five “Tions” of Leadership
Communication
Education
Application / action
Delegation
Production
Five Togethers at Annual Training
Physically we train together
Socially we eat and live together
Intellectually we think together
Spiritually we learn, share and grow together
Enjoy togetherness and harmony
Five Saves in Wing Chun
Distance
Energy
Manpower
Time
Life
5 E's in Education
Expertise
Eagerness
Enthusiasm
Enhancement
Enamor
5 C's for Good Communication
Clear
Concise
Concrete
Consultative (2-way)
Composed
5 V 's in Poor Communication
Vague
Verbose
Variable
Vacant
Vituperative