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  • tereva_cs - Tereva. @tereva_cs 1 hour ago
  • When you should be asleep but you’re just #soexcited to get your hands on the final product from your amazing #photoshoot, and you’re feeling super proud after a solid #audition. I used limit myself and the vision that I cast for myself, because I had a warped understanding of #humility and I thought that celebrating my accomplishments was synonymous with boasting. ❌so wrong. During that season of my life I was also incredibly unfulfilled and had the shittiest self esteem and #selfworth. Now, I say “fuckit”.A lot. It’s the only way to jolt the “meeker, timid, still scared of what other people think” part of me, and get her focused on what I really want, what I’m really capable of, what I’m worth, and to be forever grateful for those who surround me with support and love. And to think, I ran away from theatre after college because someone told me I would lose myself if I pursued it. Funny enough, it’s the most powerful force that propels me into the deepest depths of myself. And it’s a #magical experience. #actorslife #blackgirlmagic #blackactors #selfdisvovery When you should be asleep but you’re just #soexcited to get your hands on the final product from your amazing #photoshoot, and you’re feeling super proud after a solid #audition. I used limit myself and the vision that I cast for myself, because I had a warped understanding of #humility and I thought that celebrating my accomplishments was synonymous with boasting. ❌so wrong. During that season of my life I was also incredibly unfulfilled and had the shittiest self esteem and #selfworth. Now, I say “fuckit”.A lot. It’s the only way to jolt the “meeker, timid, still scared of what other people think” part of me, and get her focused on what I really want, what I’m really capable of, what I’m worth, and to be forever grateful for those who surround me with support and love. And to think, I ran away from theatre after college because someone told me I would lose myself if I pursued it. Funny enough, it’s the most powerful force that propels me into the deepest depths of myself. And it’s a #magical experience. #actorslife #blackgirlmagic #blackactors #selfdisvovery
  • When you should be asleep but you’re just #soexcited to get your hands on the final product from your amazing #photoshoot, and you’re feeling super proud after a solid #audition. I used limit myself and the vision that I cast for myself, because I had a warped understanding of #humility and I thought that celebrating my accomplishments was synonymous with boasting. ❌so wrong. During that season of my life I was also incredibly unfulfilled and had the shittiest self esteem and #selfworth. Now, I say “fuckit”.A lot. It’s the only way to jolt the “meeker, timid, still scared of what other people think” part of me, and get her focused on what I really want, what I’m really capable of, what I’m worth, and to be forever grateful for those who surround me with support and love. And to think, I ran away from theatre after college because someone told me I would lose myself if I pursued it. Funny enough, it’s the most powerful force that propels me into the deepest depths of myself. And it’s a #magical experience. #actorslife #blackgirlmagic #blackactors #selfdisvovery
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  • joojitsulee - Jooyoung Lee, PhD @joojitsulee 4 hours ago
  • Rise & Grind Vlog #48: “Eternally Curious in Jiu Jitsu & Life.” When I started training Jiu Jitsu about 8 years ago, I couldn’t fathom how little I knew about the gentle art. In my mind, the blue and purple belts were already superheroes—and if I could get to their level of expertise, I would be in a good place...Little did I know that this sense of wonder (and its accompanying humility) never ends in Jiu Jitsu. I’m now a 4-stripe brown belt and I’m starting to realize all over agin how little I know in the grand scheme of things. I’m definitely way better than I was when I started training, but the curious thing about Jiu Jitsu is that you are constantly confronting your own ignorance. This is mostly revealed in the small, invisible adjustments that you learn along the way. For instance, you can learn how to do a basic armbar in 5 minutes or less. But as you progress you learn subtle details about the same move that make it much more effective. Sometimes it’s as small as a centimeter difference in your grip or a 10-20 degree shift in your weight distribution. Jiu Jitsu is crazy like that—it truly is an endless well. Anyways, I’ve been thinking about this a lot in my teaching and training and wish there was a way to import this sense of endless curiosity and learning into the academy. I think students and faculty would all benefit from having this mindset. Don’t get too comfortable in your expertise. You can ALWAYS learn something new. 🤙 (Shout out to our rice cooker 🍚 in the background 😆)OSS #BJJ #bjjlifestyle #jiujitsu #jiujitsulife #martialarts #grappling #oss #riseandgrind #exercise #positivity #learning #curiosity #education #toronto #the6 #health #growthmindset #vlog #humility #mma #judo #mentalhealth #positivevibes #vlogger #motivation Rise & Grind Vlog #48: “Eternally Curious in Jiu Jitsu & Life.” When I started training Jiu Jitsu about 8 years ago, I couldn’t fathom how little I knew about the gentle art. In my mind, the blue and purple belts were already superheroes—and if I could get to their level of expertise, I would be in a good place...Little did I know that this sense of wonder (and its accompanying humility) never ends in Jiu Jitsu. I’m now a 4-stripe brown belt and I’m starting to realize all over agin how little I know in the grand scheme of things. I’m definitely way better than I was when I started training, but the curious thing about Jiu Jitsu is that you are constantly confronting your own ignorance. This is mostly revealed in the small, invisible adjustments that you learn along the way. For instance, you can learn how to do a basic armbar in 5 minutes or less. But as you progress you learn subtle details about the same move that make it much more effective. Sometimes it’s as small as a centimeter difference in your grip or a 10-20 degree shift in your weight distribution. Jiu Jitsu is crazy like that—it truly is an endless well. Anyways, I’ve been thinking about this a lot in my teaching and training and wish there was a way to import this sense of endless curiosity and learning into the academy. I think students and faculty would all benefit from having this mindset. Don’t get too comfortable in your expertise. You can ALWAYS learn something new. 🤙 (Shout out to our rice cooker 🍚 in the background 😆)OSS #bjj #bjjlifestyle #jiujitsu #jiujitsulife #martialarts #grappling #oss #riseandgrind #exercise #positivity #learning #curiosity #education #toronto #the6 #health #growthmindset #vlog #humility #mma #judo #mentalhealth #positivevibes #vlogger #motivation
  • Rise & Grind Vlog #48: “Eternally Curious in Jiu Jitsu & Life.” When I started training Jiu Jitsu about 8 years ago, I couldn’t fathom how little I knew about the gentle art. In my mind, the blue and purple belts were already superheroes—and if I could get to their level of expertise, I would be in a good place...Little did I know that this sense of wonder (and its accompanying humility) never ends in Jiu Jitsu. I’m now a 4-stripe brown belt and I’m starting to realize all over agin how little I know in the grand scheme of things. I’m definitely way better than I was when I started training, but the curious thing about Jiu Jitsu is that you are constantly confronting your own ignorance. This is mostly revealed in the small, invisible adjustments that you learn along the way. For instance, you can learn how to do a basic armbar in 5 minutes or less. But as you progress you learn subtle details about the same move that make it much more effective. Sometimes it’s as small as a centimeter difference in your grip or a 10-20 degree shift in your weight distribution. Jiu Jitsu is crazy like that—it truly is an endless well. Anyways, I’ve been thinking about this a lot in my teaching and training and wish there was a way to import this sense of endless curiosity and learning into the academy. I think students and faculty would all benefit from having this mindset. Don’t get too comfortable in your expertise. You can ALWAYS learn something new. 🤙 (Shout out to our rice cooker 🍚 in the background 😆)OSS #bjj #bjjlifestyle #jiujitsu #jiujitsulife #martialarts #grappling #oss #riseandgrind #exercise #positivity #learning #curiosity #education #toronto #the6 #health #growthmindset #vlog #humility #mma #judo #mentalhealth #positivevibes #vlogger #motivation
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