Soft Power is a skill. It's the ability to respond to any given set of circumstances in a way that creates the simplest, the most economical, and yet ironically, the most productive outcome. It is the ability to body sense, intuitively understand and respond naturally and appropriately to any situation with which you are presented. This is one of the underlying principles upon which T'ai Chi is based; it's a principle born out of the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism.
Hi all! Seattle was great. The Expo was fantastic (great to see all of you runners there!) and the weather on race day was wonderful; sunny and fairly cool. Sarah and I were in a rearward corral and waited almost an hour to cross the start line, but we kept a positive attitude and enjoyed [...]
Whenever I’ve been asked to be interviewed by the media, I’ve been asked this questionâ€¦and then been given about 45 seconds to answer. So I challenged myself to come up with a brief description of how Chi Running and Chi Walking combine the principles of t’ai chi with running and walking, and how that can improve your [...]