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Tuesday, January 13, 2015


Any fact facing us is not as important as our attitude toward it, for that determines our success or failure. The way you think about a fact may defeat you before you ever do anything about it. You are overcome by the fact because you think you are.” 
Norman Vincent Peale

We have so many ingrained notions, things we should do, things we should not do, things we can’t do, ways we should behave. Most of those are good from a social point of view. But how many of those are creating hurdles and walls in our lives. Are you letting your attacker win before he even attacks you?
Start thinking outside of the box.
What “fact” are you letting win over yourself?

Monday, December 15, 2014



The brain actually does not differentiate between the feeling of anxiety and excitement. We choose to give it a name. And the name we give it will trigger a physical response.
Let’s say for example you have always been anxious about a certain ride in an amusement park. I want you to close your eyes and feel that feeling right now. What are you experiencing? Sweaty palms? Increased heart rate? Shakiness? Feeling of impending doom?
Now I want you to think again about the same ride but instead I want you to tell yourself that you are now excited about it, this is the best ride you have ever been on. In fact you fell in love with your significant other on that very ride. And last year you were the 1,000,000 customer and won $1,000,000.00 for riding it. I want you to focus on how much fun it will be, on all the good memories attached with that ride. Now what are you feeling? I bet you are not feeling anxious anymore. In fact you are feeling pretty darn good aren’t you?
Has the ride changed? No.  What has changed? Your perspective.
You can apply this technique to just about anything.
You only have to be careful of one thing while performing this awesome technique. You cannot replace the feeling of true fear. Fear is different than anxiety and worry. Fear has a purpose. It is like the alarm on your house. It tells you that something is not right and that you should pay attention and not stay on the same course of action that created the fear. Fear is a tool. Fear is nature’s strongest survival signal. Never ignore it
Worry and anxiety are both choices. Those you can choose to replace.

So choose a little excitement in your life. 

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Best training.... EVER!!!!


Violence Dynamics in MInnesota

I cannot repeat this enough: THIS IS THE BEST TRAINING YOU WILL EVER GET!!! 

This is the only place and time in the world where and when the 3 most amazing instructors aggregate together to form the most awesome week of training you will ever go through. They are experienced and top in their fields. They take their training and yours very seriously, and at the same time they do not take themselves all that seriously which make up for some fun, serious and amazing training. 


Friday, August 22, 2014

Violence Dynamics 2014

Do not miss the greatest clinic of the year. This is the only place in the world those three amazing teachers converge!!!!  Attendance is limited so register soon

Violence Dynamics 2014

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Monday, August 4, 2014

Two way mirrors

This is true but not reliable. If you want to make sure you are not dealing with a two way mirror (which can be very creepy) instead press your eyes up against the mirror and cupping your hands around them (to block out the light from the room you're in): if you're truly dealing with a transparent mirror, you should be able to see at least a little something of the open area behind it. Also, rapping on the mirror should provide an aural clue: ordinary mirrors have backings and are usually placed against walls, so rapping on them will generally produce dull thuds; transparent mirrors are set into walls with open areas behind them, so rapping on them should produce much more open, hollow sounds. These methods of detection are more reliable than the fingernail test and should be preferred to taking a chance on getting arrested for property damage after tossing a chair through a perfectly normal mirror misjudged via less accurate means.