DON’T TAKE A PUNCH, Your Positive Podcast show #28

DON’T TAKE A PUNCH

Improving your life with Modern Positivity.

This is Dan Place with way to much to fit into today’s show, lets get at it.

Today we explore a YouTube video about how Tai Sabaki Works video.

Enjoy trivia, and throw the Laughing skull dice game.

Today’s YouTube video review It’s an informative video about how Tai Sabaki Works.

Here is an excerpt from my next upcoming book MODERN POSITIVITY.
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My friend Steve was a stocky, hippy, long blond hair, Karate dude back in the 70’s.

His idea of, confidence building was going to an economically depressed area in the city and walking around until someone attacked him.

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This weeks KEY positive quote it’s number 1. Look in the mirror and like something about yourself, say it out loud. I want to make you smile right now, help me.

Now it’s time for  trivia.

So that brings us to today’s trivia question what Style martial art did Chuck Norris first study?

Listen to this week’s podcast for answer, please enjoy DON’T TAKE A PUNCH.

Welcome to throw the laughing skull dice game using the Skull Splitter 100 sided polyhedral die the question is using a negative scenario.
I am required to relate the answer to the scenario and once a month i can use a re-roll. This is a true test of positivity. I must answer

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Negative scenario this week is “ You are asked to fight in public by a bully and you are terrified. ” Help me positive podcast laughing skull dice game. what do I do?

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