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Situational Awareness in Human Supervisory Controls

My last blog began a discussion of an issue that prevents us from being situationally aware: The psychological distancing of self from the environments around us and relationships we’re involved. I won't recall the points made in that article, but I do encourage you to read it as it will help this one make better… Continue reading Situational Awareness in Human Supervisory Controls

conceal carry, crime, Florida, guns, Indiana crime, law enforcement, martial arts, mixed martial arts, relationships, safety, self defense, Society, Tallahasse

Right to Bear Arms: Empowering Yourself to Life!

Did you see my conversation with two guys on Facebook about gun control? I had posted a sarcastic comment saying something like: Good idea! Let's experiment with gun control in a localized area first, say like Chicago! Well, that set off a couple of people. (I guess they don't know sarcasm when they see it.) … Continue reading Right to Bear Arms: Empowering Yourself to Life!

energy, goals, habits, health, kung fu, martial arts, safety, self defense, Tallahassee, wellness

Having the Right Pace to Succeed in Life

I remember, as a young man, being gung-ho to achieve the world.  Everything I started I went 100+ miles per hour.  The problem was that every time I failed (or fell short of my expectations) I would speed up, try harder, and get frustrated. I never quit.  I was too hardheaded for that.  But, it… Continue reading Having the Right Pace to Succeed in Life