I’ve thought about personal security for years. To come to think of it, I think we all think about personal security without, well, thinking about it.
Personal security includes everything we do, or don’t do that helps makes us, our families’, friends and things safer and more secure.
With decades of experience as a paramedic, Army Ranger and security professional, I’ve learned a lot about personal security.
So, if you haven’t already guessed it, this episode of the Mind4Suvrival VLOG is about, yep (((drum roll please…))) personal security.
More specifically, I answer these personal security questions from one of the Mind4Survivall Facebook groups totally awesome and kick butt members!
***The questions we cover are:
1. What are some steps we can get in the habit of to protect ourselves when we venture out alone (in the dark, remote areas, etc.)?
2. Are there better means of communication in remote areas and how can we set up a system?
3. What are some steps we can get in the habit of to protect ourselves when we venture out alone (in the dark, remote areas, etc.)?
4. Are there better means of communication in remote areas and how can we set up a system?
5. How do we balance being friendly with OPSEC?
6. What can those at home do to prepare more fully for the absence, death, injury of a key family member?
7. How much gear should we have, even if we are just popping to the end of our long rural driveway to get the mail?
8. How big a deal is the idea of a soft target?
9. If we have limitations, how can we minimize them?
It’s through thinking about questions such as this, how they relate to us and putting ourselves through mentally challenging “what if” scenarios that we can all improve our personal security.
So, if you’d like to learn more, I encourage you to watch this episode and let me hear some of your thoughts in the comments below.
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