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NINJA KIDS DOJO HOMESCHOOL 2022 - Sunday, May 29 - ep0610

Junan Taiso たいそう - DEEP BREATHING EXERCISES & WARM UP. Today's Tech Stuff: TaihenJutsu (evasion, falls, drawing weapons= Today's Theme: Interacting with normal, sick and wicked people. Ninja Kids Dojo logo by @Lainey4freedom Songs by: https://www.bensound.com/ and Kitaro. We respect Copyrights that protect the hard work and talent of other creators. This track: https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/rumble Disclaimer: we are not responsible for any injuries or harm that may be produced because or related to this video. Techniques are very basic and safe, utmost care has been taken to make this a family friendly and safe video. ------ Class Notes: VERBAL JUDO - USE OF LANGUAGE FOR ENGAGEMENT https://www.pdfdrive.com/verbal-judo-the-gentle-art-of-persuasion-e175901657.html By George Thompson - A scholar turned police officer turned police trainer, George Thompson created Verbal Judo and was president of the Verbal Judo Institute, Inc., which he founded in 1984, for over thirty years. IMPORTANT: Page 155 on - for parents. Verbal Judo strategies and tactics can help in so many ways to turn reactionary situations into winning situations. History classes are full of accounts of wars caused by the desire for land and resources. The philosophical foundation of Verbal Judo promotes using language to achieve a professional purpose and to do so with real power and empathy. We build a bridge that will promote dignity and respect. Teaching is the process of moving people from what they know to what they don’t know. Motivation rather than verbal or physical persuasion. As you learn Verbal Judo (the gentle way of persuasion) through a series of absolute principles, you’ll form new habits of mind that will guide you to becoming a consciously competent speaker. You’ll discover that it’s possible to have a good communication day every day. Types of People: There are Nice People, Difficult People, and Wimps. Besides this, people come from different backgrounds, religions and even cultures. When dealing with people it is best to determine the best way to interact with them, especially if they are sick, very aggressive or full of fear. SOME NATIVE AMERICANS, primarily the Sioux and the Navaho, will look you in the eye under only two conditions: Either they happen to be your blood brother or sister (highly unlikely) or they’re measuring you for the kill. Other Native Americans see a handshake as a sign of deference, and thus will offer a weak open hand and close it gently, considering the vigorous gripping of a hand as a sign of aggression and superiority. Many Hispanics are taught not to even glance directly into people’s eyes, an act considered by several cultures as snooping on the soul. Many Asians still observe the gesture of looking at one’s shoes as a sign of respect. I don’t even attempt to train people in the subtleties of handling all the different peoples in the world. That would be virtually impossible. You’ll be happy to know that there is a far simpler method for effectively dealing with people. All you need know is that there are three basic types of people in the world, and each should be handled differently. These types cut across all cultures, races, nationalities, ages, and sexes. Treat people as if they are important but never with inferior tone. Things not to say to anyone. TWO PRINCIPLES FOR DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE If you understand and agree with my four reasons for using strip phrases, feel free to develop your own. Consider them your ammunition, like arrows in a quiver. Keep them readily accessible so you can use them without thinking. They will allow you to keep two principles before you at all times when dealing with difficult people: Principle number one: Let the person say what he wants as long as he does what you say. I even tell cops that. I say, “Let them chip at you as long as they’re cooperating with you. What do you care what they say? Your attitude should be ‘Say what you want, but
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