There is no tool in this world that can guarantee safety. Your potential to survive a violent encounter is directly correlated to the amount of time you spend training.
You’re in control of your future. Act accordingly.
I posted an image earlier this week to the Instagram page for The Kamiwaza Podcast that had a caterpillar and a butterfly drinking coffee at a table. … Read more “You’ve Changed”
Everybody loves free stuff. I mean, what is better than receiving something in return for nothing? The problem is, more often than not, we don’t really respect… Read more “No One Respects Free”
That said, in my experience, the most impactful people are the ones that can be tough when needed, but they know that the real magic comes in knowing how to talk with people, how to empathize, to relate. How to truly connect with people to deliver their message.
Either way, taking time to get to know the people you surround yourself with, whether they are good, bad, or any variable in between, can be an important piece of life that you’re missing.
So, stop giving a Fuck about everything and start focusing your efforts on the things that matter to you, and don’t feel bad about that.
So we just completed week two of a Six Week Defensive Handgun Class I put together to introduce good shooting habits and concealed carry concepts to shooters… Read more “Tip of the Spear”
What you will start to figure out is the things you “want” to do, are actually the things you NEED to do, to be the best version of yourself.
The reality is, ignorance is bliss…. until it’s not. If you’re worried about being murdered in public by mass violence, ignoring the topic only creates and fuels fear. Exposing yourself to the topic, learning how guns work and what they sound like, learning how to fight, learning how to give medical care, etc… These things are what will help suppress that fear and set you up a higher likelihood of survival.