Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Do People Feel Safer When You're There?

This might sound like a weird question... but it is an important one!

Think about it...

Do they?

If they do Why? Or if they don't, than Why Not? I don't mean just physically safer. I'm talking emotionally safer too. Like if they needed you, you'd have their back in whatever capacity.

What do you think is necessary to have someone FEEL Safer in your presence? 

Is it how you look? What you say (or don't say)? What you do (or don't)? How you hold yourself?

A Challenge...

Here's a challenge for you...

Try observing yourself today and see if you can pick up on things that you can do to help communicate (without directly saying it) to people around you that you have their back if they need it.

It could be something as subtle as you being more alert, straightening your posture and paying attention.

It could be something like you looking approachable enough to talk to.

It could be about you listening more attentively.

It could be you stepping in and asserting yourself even when you weren't asked.

It could be not butting in when you could!

It could be seeing things that are typically ignored or ignoring things that are seen!

It could be helping someone save face, or calling someone out who is out of line. 

The Protector's #1 Tool

The #1 Tool that ANY protector has is Themselves!

That's right, its not a technique, or a weapon...

It's our...

  1. Identity
  2. Attitude
  3. Awareness
  4. Influence &
  5. Action

That's right it's US! It's YOU!!

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Nope, not quite...

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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Krav Maga: More Than a Survivor!

You Need to Learn More Than Techniques!

In the thick of a real conflict, techniques break down quickly. As a matter of fact, they are typically the first to go. We lose fine motor movement... 

We forget... We f-up...

Techniques tend to be reactionary. So, then why is everyone looking to learn the next 'Trick' to solve the problem? 

Because learning & teaching techniques is EASY!

...AND it makes us feel like we have accomplished something. But that's a load of BS! And it can get you and the people you're protecting hurt or worse. 

Learning technique can be a first step, but...

If you're only thinking about techniques, you're thinking too small! 

...And you're going to pay for it!

You have to think bigger!


Novices are thinking all technique...

Folks who are the Real Professionals have developed a Lifestyle.

They Train Their...

Bodies like Soldiers
Minds Like Generals
Mouths Like Diplomats
Hearts Like Protectors

That's one of the main things I learned the first time I went to Israel...

From the old grandma on the bus to the young hard chargers in the IDF. 

It's that Krav is a LIFESTYLE...

Being a Protector is a LIFESTYLE...

Being a PeaceWalker is a Life you LIVE, not a box you check off!

You see, it's difficult to be peaceful in a violent community (local or otherwise).  So how can we make a bigger difference?

Conflict comes in many forms and it typically escalates. The newb waits for shit to hit the fan and then wants to learn the 'technique' to deal with the situation. Nothing wrong with learning new techniques. You should learn and be good at a lot of 'em, but if you want to be safer, more effective, don't stop at technique! Learn the right mindset, ethic, objective, strategies, tactics and also techniques. It never hurts to have the right tools too! (Like some pepper spray, a good knife a Glock or Colt...). But, don't confuse techniques or tools as having all of the answers.

We Can Learn a Lot From Israel

We can learn a lot from the folks in Israel regarding how and why developing a Protector's Lifestyle is so important!

Here's one way can we contribute to helping others be safe?

Yes, we should have the skills to step in and help out when someone needs us, but what's even more powerful is help mentor others to be protectors themselves! That's how Israel does it!

As Moshe Katz of Israeli Krav International says in his book,  "Israel is a Nation of Warriors!" We used to be too here in the U.S. and we can be again, but we need each other...

Not to bitch, condemn and fight among ourselves...

We need People like YOU to Lead By Example.

Folks who are clear about what they are protecting. People who have the skills and courage to do the right thing especially when it's not popular. People who can meet those who don't 'get it' where they're at and set the example of what being a Protector is! And why it's so important!

That's why we need YOU!

That's why I began reaching out to my global Krav Maga Community... YOU! Because you 'get it'!

Now we just have to help you with the details. Help you to round out your training to encompass more than some 'self defense' moves. Then help you to share this perspective in a way that others get on board w/it too. Rather than just learning techniques.

We have to help people develop Protector's Lifestyles. 

To become PeaceWalkers!

Keep Going,

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

4 Ways to Expose a 'Wanna Be'

Are You Talking to a 'Wanna Be?'

It seems like today everyone is trying to be a Navy SEAL, IDF Counter Terrorist, Special Ops dude just back from 3 tours in Afghanistan or some Tactical Baddy working the thugs in the street...

The allure is there!

When it comes to defending yourself and those you care about, who doesn't want to be a Jocko? Or Etan (Hardcore IDF mofo...), Jason Bourne or some sh*t like that?!?


You DON'T Have to Be a 'Wanna Be!!'

PeaceWalker's come in all shapes and sizes...

All ages...





Personal preferences...

World views...

Political & religious affiliation...

Life experiences & expectation...

And skill levels...


Some are Police, Military & Security Pro's? And those folks deserve respect for their service...


You don't have to have a background like that to Protect Yourself, Your Family & Community...

There is No Prerequisite to Becoming a PeaceWalker!

You just have to connect with that part of yourself that's already there...

That part of you that is Already a Protector!

It's there, I promise you...

You see, in a way...

We're ALL 'Wanna Be's'

  1. We 'Wanna Be' Safe from things that threaten us & those we care about.
  2. We 'Wanna Be' Treated w/Dignity & Respect.
  3. We 'Wanna Be' Living a Meaningful Life. Doing things that matter to us...
  4. We ALL 'Wanna Be' Protecting What Matters to Us!

Remember, we're ALL PROTECTORS...

We just have to 'wanna be' protecting the right things!

That's why I created this community!

That's why I designed

  • PeaceWalker.net
  • Ronin Krav Maga
  • This summer's Protector Summit &
  • Our NEW Fearless in Five Challenge (Coming Soon!).


Because EVERYONE Deserves to Fear-Less...

You may remember me saying that Being Fearless is BS...

And I do still think that's true...


Learning to Fear LESS is a valuable skill!

And make no mistake...

It IS a skill that can be learned!

You just have to know how to go about it!

Stick around and you'll get your chance! 

Keep going,

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Lesson in Road Rage

So, just now I was headed to one of my favorite coffee houses / office after yoga (thx Benjhe) and some gal in a Honda accord cuts me off than proceeds (while in the lane to the right of me), turns left in front of me...

She didn't cut me off, we were at a stop light and had her blinker on... I saw that her signal was on so I let her go in front of me...

Being that I was feeling pretty chill (because I was coming out of yoga?! IDK...), I didn't think that much about it.

(Please, no sainthood here... there are other days when I'd be more than a little annoyed...) 

Anyway, I go down a couple blocks and pull up into a parking space...

I look and see that same car just parked right across the street from me.

The gal approaches me...

I adjust my IDF baseball cap and  prepare for a conflict...

Relieved, I see she is all smiles and apologizes for her erratic driving. What a nice surprise! That really made my day.

We were headed into the same coffee house, so I bought her a coffee.

We shared a moment and then went our separate ways.

Many Lessons Here...

A lot could've gone sideways here.

I could've climbed on my high horse and lit into her about her driving. She could've started yelling... WE could've made this little thing a Big THING!

However, neither of us did...

Does it always go this way?!

Of course not...

But I'm ready for it because I have a Protector's Identity and I live a Protector's Lifestyle.

It doesn't mean that I'm perfect, or don't have bad days... It means that my training and life reflects that of being a protector of everyone around me to the best of my ability.

It's NOT a technique... It's a practice...

And your Krav training has to reflect that as well!

As Imi Lichtenfeld said,

"We train so that we can walk in peace..."

So the next time you put on your Krav gear and start training, remember that!

As your training helps you to be safer, more vigilant, stronger... It should also help you to be more peaceful, more open, nicer, more humble and grateful.

Keep Going,

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Monday, February 18, 2019

Ideas, Mistakes & National Syndication

I had the chance to be on Nationally Syndicated Frontlines of Freedom Military Talk Radio Show w/Skip Coryell. We spoke on church security, Pre-Conflict Indicators and the Interviewing process.

If you didn't get the chance to catch me on the radio when it aired, you can listen to it here:

(My segment begins at the 11:15 min. mark.)

We talked about Being a PeaceWalker and Building a Protector Lifestyle. More specifically we discusses:

1) Mindset & Ethic
2) Church Security
3) Profiling Behavioral Red Flags
4) Interviewing procedures & tips

This morning I was clipping along getting things done, when the electricity shut off...

Our Snowmageddon turned into IceMageddon.  =(

Oh well... We'll survive...

It gave me an excuse to go to one of my favorite coffee houses (luckily their power's working!)


I was going over the email I sent to some of you PeaceWalkers...

It was alright, not crazy insightful... but decent.

However, it had a lot of TYPO's!!

That reminded me of a story that Lt. Col. Joe Shusko (Joe 'Marine') tells at our RGI Ethical Protector Course...


The Pencil Maker took the pencil aside just before putting him into the box.
“There are five things you need to know,” he told the pencil.
“Before I send you out into the world. Always remember them and you will become the best pencil you can be.
ONE: You will be able to do many great things, but only if you allow yourself to be held in Someone's hand.
TWO: You will experience a painful sharpening from time to time, but you'll need it to become a better pencil.
THREE: You will be able to correct most mistakes that you might make.
FOUR: The most important part of you will always be what's inside.
FIVE: On every surface you are used on, you will leave your mark. Try to make the best mark you can. (Most Good / Least Harm). AND No matter what the condition, you must continue to write.” (KEEP GOING!)
The pencil understood and promised to remember, and went into the box with purpose in its heart.
Now replacing the place of the pencil with you; always remember them and never forget, and you will become the best person you can be.

~Author Unknown

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Quick & the Dead

Some folks meander around w/o a care. Others are rushing around trying to get things done at a frantic pace.

Those folks who've been at it a while...

Those w/some experience know how to use things to their advantage. They are FAST w/o much effort. And when they do use effort, it's directed like a laser giving them the advantage w/minimal risk and maximum reward!

It reminds me of Krav and training how to be fast!

You don't just have to be a young hard charger to have fast techniques (but this formula will work for you too!).

Fast disarms. Fast strikes. Fast weapon draw. Be fast at dealing with a situation. Quick on your feet...

The problem is, most people don't really know HOW to train to be fast, I mean REALLY fast!

Often times people think they either are or aren't. Even the one's who consciously train to increase their speed typically only work on one... maybe two areas that actually make up speed.  Often missing some key elements that would accelerate their training ten fold!

I know the old saying,

"Slow is smooth & smooth is fast."

Great advice but WTF!?!

You can't just train slow any old way and expect for it to develop into fast...

You have to train in a certain way!

There are...

4 Components of Being 'Fast'

(1) FRAMING: Are you ready to roll? Framing is the 'set up'. Basically, how you are positioned tactically. Framing gives you the time needed to act or respond.

It doesn't matter if you are on the street or sparring, it's about having a good mindset, stance, distance and positioning. Is everything dialed in to roll if/when you have to GO?!

Don't neglect TRAINING this!! Don't overlook it, take it for granted or think that it just "happens." If you do you'll put yourself at a huge disadvantage and find yourself playing catch up or worse!

ALSO... Remember that this tactic is NOT just for the physical portions of defending yourself! If you "framed" mentally, emotionally, socially, financial etc." you will be better equipped to handle both the challenges and OPPORTUNITIES that life throws at you!

There have been many fortunes made by people who were "framed" correctly to take advantage of the right opportunity when it presented its self...

There also have been many lives destroyed by folks who weren't prepared!

(2) RECOGNITION: This step is two fold: Either knowing when to initiate, or when to respond. If you are making the 'first' action, you have to know when to GO! So, being able to recognize when the conditions are right to have the best chance of success.

If you are responding to something, like someone attacking you. You have to be able to recognize the red flags or PCI (Pre-Contact Indicators) of that attack or situation that is transpiring.

Stimulus / stimulus response.

HINT: If you don't see it coming and are caught by surprise... That's not good!

It's also called an ambush! =)

This is one reason FRAMING is also so important, because it gives you more time to recognize and respond!

(3) RESPONSE: Or action if you're initiating... This is doing whatever it is that you do. It could be a physical technique, a word, pulling the trigger, buying that property, firing that employee, taking that opportunity, accelerating off the line... whatever!

Whatever your action or response is, make sure you can do it as flawlessly as you can in training so, it's there for you when you need it.

If we're talking about Krav techniques, make sure you work out all of the hiccups. Keep training the physical action so that they become unconscious, smooth, efficient and effective.

How do you know when you need work on this? We ALWAYS need work on this! Basics, basics, basics! That's where all of the advanced stuff comes from!

If you're playing music it is notes, scales, cords, chord progressions, rhythm, etc.

If you're in Krav its your breathing, stances, movement, 360 defense, basic strikes, bridging, shrimping, breakfalls, etc.

Learn'em, perfect,em! Relaxed, fluid movement. Work out all of the kinks in all of your techniques and don't get rusty!

MORE?!  Break down each piece of your techniques to individual segments and work on only that movement. You can also do conditioning exercises that will support that segment.

EXAMPLE: If you are drawing your pistol, you might break it down to:

1) Getting your shirt/clothing out of the way so you can draw.
2) Indexing and getting the weapon in your hand in the proper position.
3) Taking your stance.
4) Breathing
5) Grip.
6) The draw its self.
7) From the draw to aiming (or point shooting).
8) Site picture
9) Trigger control. (How you squeeze the trigger)
10) Re-holstering your weapon.

I'm sure some of you shooters out there can add some more elements (feel free to list them on our facebook community!). This is just an example to give you the idea!

Now each of those elements can be isolated and practiced on their own to work out any deficiencies.

Constantly breaking things apart to work on the elements and then putting it back together to work on the entire sequence. Over and over and over.

(4) RECOVERY: After your action is complete, how do you set yourself up for the 'next shot' or back to the place of tactical advantage? 

One of the easiest examples of this is playing pool (which I suck at!). What is your 'leave?' Meaning; you use your cue ball to shoot your billiard ball in a pocket in such a way that, after that shot, the cue ball stops in a place that sets you up well for the NEXT SHOT!

If you are punching, are you doing it in such a way that you are covered when you are executing the strike, not exposing yourself when acting. And when your arm returns to your 'ready position' you are better equipped to defend or assert yourself again in some way.

The Next Time You Train...

Break down what you are working on into these 4 components (and then further yet!). Don't give up and working on it  and you'll see the results you are looking for.

And when you do...

Post your experiences on the PeaceWalker Facebook Page and let us know how you're doing!

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

The Power of Knowing Your Why!

It's the Little Things...
Everyone wants to pay attention and train the BIG Sexy things...
The a$$ kicking stuff...
The Hard Charger counter terrorism/active shooter stuff...
The 'disarming the pistol' stuff...
The Smash, Bang, Pow!! Stuff...
Yes, to be prepared and well rounded, you should train that stuff too...
But, that's not where the big gains are made (Sorry!)...
The BIG Gains are made from the Little Things...
A bunch of them...
Attitude, Awareness, Influence, Planning, Prevention...
One of the Biggest Small thing is...
You gotta show up!
And with the right perspective!
What's that perspective?
Ironically, we talked about it in today's interview...
The most powerful mindset is when you are seeing the bigger picture...
When you know your "WHY."
And it's a good Why...
One that is not just about you!
Something bigger than you!
Doing things for your kids, your significant other, your family, your peeps, your students, your community, your country, your unit, your partner, your employees, your clients...

This idea of protecting the life of someone other than yourself can get you through way more things than you'd probably get through if you are thinking small.
Thinking like a protector makes you tougher, more resourceful, more successful than only thinking about yourself.

Keep going,

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Monday, January 28, 2019

Small Details Bring BIG Changes!

So many cool things to do and just not enough time!

Good ideas typically aren't as hard to come by as the resources to IMPLEMENT!

The Time...
The Energy...
The Finances...
The Human Resource...

Like you I have a lot on my plate and it's can be difficult to keep everything going right!?

Well, like Krav Maga...

Small Details = BIG GAINS!

But only if you are effective and efficient!

Which is another way of Controlling 'Tactical Space'!

When it comes to defending yourself...

Moving is Typically Better than Not Moving...


Moving TACTICALLY is Best!

Just like at work...

There are people doing 'stuff'. They're always busy, but don't get anything done!

(You know the people I'm talking about!)

Then there are folks who know EXACTLY what to do so they don't look hurried all the time, yet they get it done!

Those people are controlling their 'Tactical Space'!

Often times when you compare someone who is effective vs. someone who isn't it isn't always easy to see why...

It often comes down to the 'Little Things.'

For instance my last [Almost] Daily email had a great section about the different types of tactical space...

But I don't know if you noticed, but there was a typo...

It was a tiny one!

ONE small three letter word that makes a HUGE Difference!

What word?

Well, remember the section where it said "See the 'Tactical Space!'?

Under that I wrote the following statement...

Keep in mind that that 'Space' is just physical, it's Ethical, Emotional, Psychological, Verbal, Social, Physical, etc.

Do you see what word I missed? What's the ONE SMALL WORD I LEFT OUT THERE!?

The word is NOT...

That paragraph should have read:

Keep in mind that that 'Space' is NOT just physical, it's Ethical, Emotional, Psychological, Verbal, Social, Physical, etc.

One small word, but one HUGE Detail that makes all the difference!

Just like your training, one small detail can make all the difference!

So, what can YOU DO!? 

What are some of the small things you can do that will reap HUGE Rewards!? I bet if you took a close look you could see some of those things...

That's a good first step...

Simply noticing!

Keep Going,

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

Battle, War, Mirrors & Lipstick

You've heard me talk about controlling the engagement right?!

It's easy to get the idea when I say 'Train your body like a soldier'...

Basically, stay in shape. Do it appropriately for you, your age, limitations and season in life, but stay active so you're 'battle ready' so to speak.

However, when I say train your mind like a general most people nod their heads, but I don't think many really get what I mean...

And to make matters more confusing, I say that these strategies can be used in many arenas...

Well, here's a quick story about a janitor who trains his mind like a general and controlled the engagement to outwit some students who were continually making a mess of the ladies bathroom...

Here's the story...

Teachers & Educators

A local middle school in Michigan was recently faced with a unique problem. A new fad arose among the 8th grade girls with the use of lipstick.

They began bringing, sharing, and trading with their friends to try out all the new styles and shades. The gathering point for this activity was one certain bathroom at the school.

That was fine, but after they tried out all of these lipsticks, they would press their lips to the mirror, leaving dozens of lip prints every day.

Every night the custodian had to clean them off, but the next day the girls would put more lip prints on the mirror.

He asked the girls several times to stop making a mess of the mirror...

But they ignored his requests and continued leaving the mirror a mess every day.

Finally, the janitor had an idea...

He asked the principal to bring the girls to the bathroom to see what he had to go through to clean the mirrors. So, class by class, the principal paraded 8th grade girls to the bathroom to meet with the custodian.
She explained that all these lip prints were causing a major problem for the custodian who had to clean the mirrors every night.

To drive the point home, the custodian then demonstrated to the girls what a pain it was for him to clean the mirrors. He took out a long-handled squeegee, dipped it in the toilet, and cleaned the mirrors off thoroughly.

The reaction was almost always the same. The girls stood there in shock, glared at each other and squealed, and then hurried back to their classes in disgust.

Since then, there have been no more lip prints on the mirrors.

There are teachers, and then there are educators!

Fight a Battle vs. Win the War

The janitor could have continued to fight each of the girls on the merits of not making a mess of the bathroom...

But rather than fighting to win an individual battle, he used his mind like a General to control the tactical space of the situation to win the war so to speak!

Great lesson there!

Keep going,

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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Conflict the Tool of Opportunity

It takes a lot more effort and (initial) risk to try to work out differences and come up with a most good / least harm scenario.

Yes, there is risk during conflict, but if you play your cards right, the damage can be minimized. In certain scenarios, things can sometimes come out even better than they would have without the incident occurring in the first place. Or at least make the most of a crappy situation... 

Sucks or Sucks Worse!

But only if you can see Conflict as an Opportunity.

You've been there... Sh*t's going wrong. Things get stressful. People are upset, but the issue still needs to be handled. It's easy to just cut and run so to speak... And sometimes that's the appropriate thing to do. However, sometimes you can gain even more by sticking it out and working through the details to develop a new plan. Something that benefits everyone or is MOST good / LEAST harm for all (as best as you can expect) depending on the situation.

Now that takes...

Mad Skillz...

What kind of skills?

Well, that depends.

If you are talking things through, good negotiation skills are necessary.

If you are in the middle of a potential physical assault, then it is going to depend on what the situation is...

You may have to ESCAPE or possibly 'Stun & Run'... You know, hit them 'where it hurts', then get the hell out of there.

...Or, you might need to INCAPACITATE them. Put them down hard so you know they can't hurt anyone again.

In some situations you may need to RESTRAIN & CONTROL the person, so they can be dealt with.

Regardless of what needs to happen, you'll have the most amount of opportunity if you have the right toolbox. So, being well rounded, clear, and focused on the right things is imperative to working out the right solution.

Your defensive tactics skills should include:

  • Ethics
  • Mindset
  • Emotional Baseline
  • Verbal persuasion skills
  • Physical tactics
  • A spectrum of ways to physically engage, ranging from 'escape to eliminate.'


More Tools = More Options

However, that's not all...

You'll need something else. TWO things actually...


Remember, everyone is protecting something... Make sure it's the right thing. Are you are clear!  

Another Missing Ingredient is often...

(Wait for it...)


Yes, it takes guts to look to the bigger solution and use your skill to do the right thing and not succumb to being overly focused on yourself and/or react out of fear.

Excessive force doesn't only happen in the physical realm. It can happen in verbally, emotionally, socially. 

The Solution...

Have the right training that will help you to develop (and sustain) the proper tools for dealing with real world conflicts and violence as a whole. Becoming a PeaceWalker is done by developing a Protectors Lifestyle.

Surround yourself with people who are on the same page regarding building that Lifestyle. Develop the right beliefs, mindset and habits, so that under stress you are ready because you've trained and build the framework for it! 

Remember, real conflict doesn't typically look like an Action Movie! Real world violence come in all flavors, shapes and sizes... It is often ugly, messy and multifaceted (Ethical, emotional, verbal, social, physical, situational, legal, etc.)... Prepare for it!

Keep going,

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Friday, January 11, 2019

New Years Revolutionists

Krav Ma-WOW Indeed!

Last week was OFF THE HOOK at our local Krav MagaAcademy!!

The pic above was from class... That's not a seminar mind you... it's a CLASS!

Holy Cow! The New Year typically brings an uptick of students, but I have to say that I wasn't expecting THAT!

Now I'm sure that things will simmer down a bit, but WOW!

So, Why All the Interest?

Is it all of the New Year Resolutionists?

Possibly... It's pretty common to see an upswing in my programs after the first of the year, but I think there's more to it...

Yes, many are interested in feeling SAFE, but I think theirs more to it than that yet...

From what I see is that people from all walks of life are looking to bring more CONFIDENCE, POWER & CLARITY into their lives...


Feel connected to Something Larger than themselves...

Many folks are looking for something MORE! More success, More fulfillment, More Life!

Protecting yourself is great... But believe it or not, it's NOT just about you. It's also about how you protect and contribute to the lives of others... Beginning w/those who you know & care about, then stretching outwardly to others...

And I'll risk being a little corny... Changing the Entire World!

Developing a Protector's Lifestyle will extend into every area of your life! Not just helping you to be more safe, but also enhancing every area of your life! Your relationships, your career, your personal life, your public life, your professional life...


It all starts with YOU and how you're training yourself to become what you want to be! Training yourself to be the Best You that You Can Be! And when you are acting that way more consistently that feeling will spread to others organically.


One reason is because you know what to do when things go South, so you don't have to put on a false front to compensate... You are developing Real Confidence through Clarity, Training & Experience!

...That makes ALL the Difference!

And... I am privileged to be a part of that Journey!

Thanks for being part of the PeaceWalker Community, I think you'll find the resource, connection and inspiration you've been looking for to 'Level Up' so to speak!

Stay tuned for some pretty Incredible Things coming in 2019 that will change your life... maybe even save it!

You got this,

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