Meet New People

Want to expand your network and surround yourself with strong people? Warrior Saints have to overcome the fear of rejection and meet new people in order to do so. Building on our previous lesson to “Reach Up”, we learn how to grow our network and become...
Reach Up

Reach Up

It has been said that you become like the five people you spend the most time with. If that’s true, are you confident that your “Big 5” are going to make you a better Warrior Saint? Are you like a sponge that has no choice but to absorb the water in...
Dance like no one’s watching

Dance like no one’s watching

While dancing at a wedding, a comment from an onlooker produced fear and self-doubt. Do we get locked away in a prison that others’ opinion hold the key to? Learning from Joseph, we find a way to be the ferocious Warrior Saint we’re supposed to be!...
Fear Leads to Anger

Fear Leads to Anger

On the drive to a laser appointment, fear overtook me and I reacted in anger. In our previous episode, we found anger to be the new happiness. So what leads to that anger? Fear. Watch today’s vid to learn how to overcome fear. It’s time to get some! Get...
Anger is the new happiness

Anger is the new happiness

When Steven A. Smith said on ESPN that baseball’s number one star should speak English without an interpreter, the Internet exploded with anger, calling him a racist. Though none of his comments were offensive, the prevailing spirit of anger overshadowed the...
How to handle ad hominem arguments

How to handle ad hominem arguments

When someone tagged a Facebook feed with an attack against a political pundit, the faulty nature of their argument was exposed. Rather than engage with the content of the person’s thought, they let loose with the argument ad hominem! It’s time to get some!...
I Wish I Didn’t

I Wish I Didn’t

Hindsight is usually a lot clearer than foresight. Looking back at some of our decisions reveals that we would be much better off if we made different choices. In this episode, Warrior Saints learn three tools to be happy with their decisions and never have to say,...