It’s okay not to know what’s wrong. Sometimes we’re in a situation, personal or professional and something feels off. We don’t know what it is. And I’m not just speaking from a self-defense perspective, it relates to every aspect of life. Ever have a job that drives you crazy? Maybe you try to figure out why.
If there's one thing that stands a close second to a man’s actions, that’s his words. I've made many mistakes along the way. Sometimes I still do, but the ill occurrences have become fewer and further in-between simply because I choose silence over violence.
I branded Good Men Brotherhood as a Defense Club because that’s our through line. My brothers, sisters and I study hand-to-hand combat. Not everyone is an expert, some are just embarking on that part of their journey, but as a whole we feel it’s imperative to be able to defend not only ourselves but also our friends and family.