This is the final part in the Acclimation series, and this is where the rubber meets the road, where observation and articulation transform into raw, explosive, dramatic potential.
This week, we continue our base-jump into the human machine and its primary mechanism of survival: acclimation.
This week, we begin a series of broadcasts intended to provide a far more in depth and actionable look at Acclimation – one of the most powerful forces a driven and ambitious person can employ to their lives and efforts to improve upon – or endure – anything.
3 Seconds from Now has changed the face of the Concealed Carry University. This is our most meaningful contribution in terms of forward progress in the understanding of Combat Dynamics yet, and this week we take a moment to answer some common questions about the new, exciting series.
The rigors of our tool-saturated lives are betrayed by how easy it is to learn and use these systems from a position of comfort…but what about from a position of crippling stress? Are you banking on 80% success rates at the range to carry you through grisly violence? This is a mistake that virtually everyone who carries a weapon concealed makes, and it is a fatal mistake indeed.
This week, Pat discusses a private citizen’s courageous response to the hideous Texas Church shooting, and gives some perspective on pistol generations and what real innovation looks like.
Strategy and tactics are often hindered by cold and dead definitions and understandings of them. This week, Pat will share an effective and timeless approach to these two topics and others that are integral parts of the same model, though they are little known or considered.
This week, we engage in a little CCU myth-busting. Specifically, Pat addresses some of the misconceptions and challenges regarding one of the body’s most powerful drugs – adrenaline.
Like the subject of gunfighting, there is a general lunacy and imprudence surrounding the subject of preparedness, even to such an extent that the mere discipline of being able to sustain one’s family for a short time is considered a moderately good indicator of mental instability by the masses. In this broadcast, Pat will provide a bit of insight on the subject of prudent preparedness to lay some of this confusion to rest.
We are always changing. What direction you are going is entirely in your hands! In this episode, Pat reminds us that habit is the tool that our lives are built with.