Iain on the Richard Barnes.com podcast!
Summary: <p> Hi All,</p> <p> <img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/file_attach/images/richard-barnes-pc-12-12.jpg" style="width: 200px; height: 200px; margin: 5px 12px; float: right;">This is not the iainabernethy.com podcast! This podcast is from RichardBarnes.com and it is an interview Richard conducted with me a few days ago. The interview mainly focuses on my journey through the martial arts and how I ended up teaching for a living. Richard is a good friend and I hope you find the interview interesting.</p> <p> Those of you who have already heard this interview from Richard’s website may be interested to know that I’ve added an introduction to this version that explains how I “walked on water”! Please listen to the podcast and see the embedded image to find out more :-)</p> <p> Be sure to check out Richard’s other episodes and I’ll be back with my own podcast early in the New Year!</p> <p> All the best,</p> <p> Iain</p> <p> Link to Richard’s website: <a href="http://richardbarnes.com/real-life-real-people-with-iain-abernethy">http://richardbarnes.com/real-life-real-people-with-iain-abernethy</a></p> <p> <em>What I love about Iain’s story is how he gave up the day job and did the job of his dreams. In fact from an early age he made choices that meant he could do the thing he enjoyed most.</em></p> <p> <em>Iain Abernethy has been involved in the martial arts since childhood. Iain holds the rank of 6th Dan with the British Combat Association (one of the world’s leading groups for close-quarter combat, self-protection and practical martial arts), the English Karate Federation, and the British Karate Association. He is an author, globe-trotting teacher and podcaster.</em></p> <p> <em>His tells of the decision making process when it came to giving up the well paid job that would have lasted him a life. Taking calculated risks are risks worth taking he tells.</em></p> <p> <em>He talks self defence, having a positive mental strength, martial arts the things that in life that make it worth living. My favourite quote from him in the podcast is if tomorrow he meets St Peter at the pearly gates he can tell him that was no average life.</em></p> <p> <em>A rare insight to this world renowned martial artist makes great listening. Guaranteed.</em></p>