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.
In this episode, Pat shares some wisdom about how we might go about evaluating ourselves, to determine where we are on a curve of effectiveness.
Zeal in one’s quest for improvement is the tonic that keeps them young and sharp and effective in their pursuits. This broadcast is a reminder that there is no treading water in life, instead it is a choice between atrophy or growth.
Hurricane Harvey is a staunch reminder that, like self-defense, having resources is not the same for having plans and skill in their use. This week, Pat offers a short life-saving message about a true survival mentality, based on a realistic look at large-scale tragedy patterns.
Life is a conglomerate of habits of compromise or perseverance. Every day you make hundreds of decisions that affect your overall effectiveness either positively or negatively. What will you choose today? What will you choose every day?
This world is brutal and confusing, and it wears on us. A survivor is a person who can continue on and live with vigor and intentionality even after the scars of life accumulate. This broadcast is a motivational message from Pat about focus and discipline, and an opportunity to check ourselves and keep apathy at bay.
The human body is remarkably resilient in the short term – it takes an awful lot to shut violence off by attacking capability.
So, the question is this: do we want to endure 90+ seconds of criminal will, or is there a way to turn the tables immediately? This week, Pat will discuss the difference between lethality and intensity.
This week, Pat begins a special and critical series wherein he will parcel out some of the fundamental concepts pertaining to The Fighting Principle of INTENSITY. This concept is the difference between failure or success in a violent conflict, and it is absolutely not commonly known or fully understood.
This week, Pat will discuss a little-known way to squeeze out some additional effectiveness in concealment systems. Namely, he will go over why we should consider making our own holsters, and highlight the benefits of taking matters into our own hands, given how difficult it is to find an ideal design and how easy it is to create one.
This week, Pat wants to revisit a critical enabling factor for REAL, lasting change – the understanding of how change happens and why it is so unbelievably important that we set our minds up to expect change to happen this way, so that we don’t doom ourselves to failure and a life of mediocrity and stagnation.