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Guest Avail: Brian "Patton" Searcy, Col (Ret) USAF

Decorated Commander and Combat Veteran

Expert Topics: 

Situational Awareness Training: Power Grid Down | Active Shooter | Leadership | Human Trafficking |  Suicide | School Safety

Why Traditional Training, like
Run/Hide/Fight Does Not Prepare You For Anything

No matter where you go today, no matter what you do today, you need to be Prepared to keep yourself and your family from being victims, and Prepared to Respond when required.
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WHAT WOULD YOU DO?  Could you Prevent some of these things from happening?  Do you have Situational Awareness and an awareness of the threats to ensure you do not put yourself or your family into a situation where you could be a victim?

Col. Brian Searcy (Ret) USAF says: Let me train you!

Situational Awareness Training:

It's important to be aware of your surroundings. 

The ability to defend yourself in a life-threatening situation starts long before touching a weapon; it starts with what the military calls, “situational awareness.” If you don’t know what’s going on around you, the bad guys have a distinct advantage… the element of surprise. But with proper situational awareness training, you can all but eliminate that advantage and be ready when they get the ball rolling. 

It typically takes two to five seconds for someone to realize that a dangerous situation is unfolding and begin to react to it. That’s something that the bad guys count on. If they can catch their intended victims off-guard, those few seconds provide the opportunity to take control of the situation, greatly reducing your options for defending yourself.

Col Brian Searcy, (Ret) says: 
  2. Traditional training is not working - We have to stop doing the same thing over and over.
  3. You'll forget 95% of traditional training. Its not empowering.
  4. 21/90 Rule. New behaviors have to be established.
  5. You have to defeat the forgetting curve.

Situational awareness is critical for effective decision making; especially for making safe choices.

Situational awareness involves being aware of what is happening around you, taking everything into account and adjusting your behavior to reduce the risk of injury to you, your family or your coworkers.

You should make decisions based on real-time experience rather than past experience.

What are potential roadblocks to situational awareness? Do you know?

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Be Prepared for Power Grid Failure with Brian Searcy

Stay vigilant! 

Col Brian Searcy (Ret) - Situational Awareness

About Brian “Patton” Searcy, Col (Ret) USAF

International Best Selling Author, Keynote Speaker, Situational AwarBrian “Patton” Searcy, Col (Ret) USAFeness Expert

International Best Selling Author
Situational Awareness Expert
Keynote Speaker
Safety and Leadership Consultant

Brian Searcy is a retired United States Air Force Colonel and the founder and CEO of The Paratus Group, where he uses his decades-tested and decorated senior leadership and military training experiences to solve the need for relevant and effective principles in situational awareness and leadership.

#1 Selling Best Author with his book “Prepare for the Real World – The World is Not a Safe Place”, he provides training methodologies and programs for the learning of situational awareness.

After a decorated senior leadership career in the USAF as a commander and combat veteran, he transitioned into executive roles as a business entrepreneur, writer, publisher and public speaker. He founded The Paratus Group in 2019 with the objective of using his decades-tested and proven leadership and training experience to solve a need for relevant, effective, trustworthy principles, training methodologies and programs to allow for the learning of Leadership and Situational Awareness.

The Leadership Abilities and Situational Awareness Mindset and Behaviors that are developed allows Critical Decisions to be made in the complex dynamics of the Home, Schools, the Workplace and our Communities to both grow as leaders and to make us all safer.

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