When that foundation is built upon respect, empathy, and genuine care, we are able to impact people’s lives for the better and build them up to be their best with no strings attached.
It comes down to everyone taking responsibility for themselves.
The fact is, you’re on your own.
So whether you are trying to connect with your significant other, communicate tasks or plans to co-workers, or properly setting boundaries against a possible threat, clarity is key.
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.
I have had numerous conversations in the last two weeks with parents interested in signing their children up for self defense classes over the summer before they… Read more “Completely Safe in 60 Minutes or Less”
This is Riley Howell. Remember the name. Riley Howell Don’t forget it. Riley Howell Remember the face. 21 years old and he rushed the gunman during the… Read more “Riley Howell and lessons from the UNCC shooting”
A pain point in marketing is generally referring to a specific problem (thing causing pain) that people are feeling. The idea is simple. Find out what problems… Read more “Pain Points”
A few weeks back I wrote a little post asking people to weigh-in on the five most important concepts to learn in self defense. We got quite… Read more “The Five “Most Important” Concepts for Self Defense”
Triggers We all have them. Things that people say or do. Events or situations or even just objects. Things that get a visceral response out of you.… Read more “Triggers”