In active threat management, two viable measures can be effectively applied: proactive measures and reactive measures. Both are recommended, but one places you ahead of the curve.
Prepared or paranoid? One doesn't equate to the other but there are those who'll mock you for maintaining an appropriate level of vigilance.
Learn how protective intelligence can be used to help keep you and your family safe. Information is power. Proactivity is vital.
A common question posed those concerned for the safety of those around them (and their own) is, "What EDC tools should augment soft skills?"
In this installment of the Gospel of Soft Skills, Steve Tarani gives us his best advice on finding motivation (and maintaining it).
Interpersonal violence is always possible and your response time matters. Avoid what you can. Mitigate or -as a last resort - put a hard stop to the rest.
Do you know how to identify and then manage human aggression? Read some pointers: deflect and deescalate to defend.
This proactive measure can provide a tactical advantage in threat avoidance and mitigation. Here's how to take awareness to the next level.
Defensive mindset: how can you gain the tactical advantage — without stepping onto the battlefield? Perceive, prepare, position.