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Stickability Factor

Do you have The Stickability Factor?

You might ask, what is The Stickability Factor? Good question. The Stickability Factor is creativity coupled with determination and not giving up NEVER! Today I read a post that said, “The Old Master has tried and failed more times than the Young Advancer.”

It is true, to master something takes trying, failing, retrying, fine-tuning, trying again, mastering some more and The Stickability Factor!

To achieve and succeed you have to stick to your game plan!

Do you have The Stickability Factor? If not – it only takes perseverance and dedication. Both are waiting on you!

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Katsujinken, A Sword Arts Journal is soon to be available through AMAZON

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The premiere edition is currently available. Soon all seven productions of Katsujinken, A Sword Arts Journal will be available for purchase through AMAZON in both print and Kindle. Additional retailers as well and also through DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. Each edition of Katsujinken is a separate journal or book and is being produced by the publisher for continued sales.

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Beowulf & Grendel Concept Art

Korean Traditional Sword Architecture and Terminology

What do you carry daily?


By Caitlin Kelly

Are any of you fans of the HBO series Game of Thrones?


As someone who was for four years a nationally-ranked saber fencer, I do love the idea of a freshly-forged Valyrian steel sword, personally.

How powerful men must have felt in the days when your skills with a rapier, dagger and sword mattered more than…whether you had the latest Ipad or smartphone. When damascene steel or a trusty musket were of highest value.

I’m nostalgic for the days when women carried a chatelaine attached to their clothing; (Canada’s largest and oldest women’s magazine is named for it.)

When men carried, and consulted, a pocket watch or spyglass, a compass or astrolabe.

When a kid’s most prized carry-everywhere item was a set of baseball cards or a bag full of marbles.

Stuff that worked.

Stuff that engaged you with the physical world — even…

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