Often, the loudest voices, the best circulated ideas, and the boldest assertions are from people who know little or nothing about what they’re talking about.
In this follow up to our article on Dunning-Kruger’s effect, we discuss how training properly creates a web of competence that counteracts incompetence.
Awareness is more than sitting in the back corner or knowing where the exits are. We go beyond the clichés to bring you *actionable* situational awareness.
There’s an adage in skill building: There’s Software and Hardware. Does this analogy really do the situation justice, or is there more to it? We say the latter.
How do animals vector disease and infestations during emergencies? Learn how man’s best friend can turn into your worst enemy during times of crisis.
Have you ever wondered why we live in a society steeped in drugs, ideation, and suicide? The answer is simple. People lack purpose. Find yours.
Often as not, expert credentials don’t translate to “what can you actually do?” Learn how questioning the experts makes everyone stronger.
Relevance in skill building is one of the most important things you can establish; make sure what you train your body to do is actually effective and practical.
Real talk: Your experience probably isn’t relevant. Here’s how to strip it to its parts, and use what is to solve the toughest problems.
The Active Shooter has become America’s boogieman, and for good reason. That said, it can be tough to sift through the fiction to get to the facts.