Updated: Jun 22
In your profession, do you meet with clients outside your office?
If so, I am sure you have security protocols that are part of those meetings in an effort to keep everyone involved as safe as possible. But…..what if they fail and something goes wrong?
I like to use the metaphor of swimming to better explain. In your course of travel, you find that you must use a boat to travel across a body of water and arrive at your destination. The boat is floating and 99% of the time remains that way. You feel safe but during the trip, the boat has a problem and begins to sink. You are told not to worry because the safety protocol is to wear your life preserver and float until help arrives. Then, for some unforeseen reason, your life jacket isn’t functioning properly. You are now facing the 1% of the time, life or death drowning situation, and the only thing that will possibly save your life is: YOUR ABILITY TO SWIM!
Have you ever considered the 1% of the time in your various safety protocols? Do you have training to possibly survive (swim) in an asocial criminal encounter? Are you interested in learning more to improve your security protocols and/or your plan to survive an asocial criminal encounter while you are working? If so, you should enroll in the “Self-Survival for Professionals” class on May 15th (PTPGUN.com/Classes). I look forward to this opportunity to share energy and possible life saving information with all in attendance!
More to think about……..
- Grandmaster Glenn Miller
Martial Art, Self-defense, Self-Survival instructor.
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