Mantra is probably one of those terms they like to use in the New Age crap.
Like the Beatles, they also fall for a “guru,” who usually has a dozen Cadillacs.
We are definitely not hippie or New Age. Those are fads. We are in a serious and lasting fight that the media is trying to crush, not use as a fad.
I like being an old fashioned, very American Coach.
One commenter was saying that the Mantra was being determined by the only source that mattered, and I actually tightened up before he said “BUGS” rather than “Bob.”
My whole goal is to get everything I have so practiced and thought out that I can be DONE WITHOUT, and not make William Pierce’s chilling mistake of leaving no heirs.
Hell, I don’t just want an heir, I want a whole set of replacements. That’s what real teachers and real coaches do that gurus cannot.
A Coach is interested in his TEAM.
A Guru is interested in HIMSELF.