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Winning Wednesday - Facing Violence with Force.

Joe Gilbert

Winning Wednesday - Facing Violence with Force.

  I will argue that at this time in history it is more important than ever for you to take responsibility for your own safety. If not prepared, you're in trouble when violence (outside the X-Box) comes calling.   You should spend some time on Google and see  exactly how violence can destroy or end your life.  It is time to get some training and learn how to protect the people you love. Make it a family priority. Do it as a couple and be prepared.  Never has it been easier to get quality training that may save your life. Lawful...

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Training Tuesday - Growth Mindset.

Joe Gilbert

Training Tuesday - Growth Mindset.

"For twenty years, my research has shown that the view you adopt for yourself profoundly affects the way you lead your life. It can determine whether you become the person you want to be and whether you accomplish the things you value. How does this happen? How can a simple belief have the power to transform your psychology and, as a result, your life?"

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6-Steps To Survive An Active Shooter.

Joe Gilbert

6-Steps To Survive An Active Shooter.

We don’t need to channel our inner-secret-agent to adopt a few practices that may save our lives.

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We Deserve a Weekend To Recharge - Fun Friday.

Joe Gilbert

We Deserve a Weekend To Recharge - Fun Friday.

We have remained silent during the past week in the wake of NOISE from every side. Most everything we hear is of no value to us personally. All will vote as they have, and causes will be debated, all to no good effect. Take this weekend to enjoy family, express gratitude for what we have (including our freedoms) and join us next week as we focus on measures and skills that are truly meaningful to our safety and security.  Joe

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What Should We Do? - Nothing!

Joe Gilbert

What Should We Do?  - Nothing!

In the wake of the recent ‘mass shootings', an amazing amount of rhetoric has arisen on both sides of the political spectrum and from the Venn diagram of those who bridge the continuum. Both sides are wrong.

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