Mental Self Defense and Combat Psychology Level II
What you'll learn
- Review of Psychological Defense Level I
- How to tell "What's Normal"
- How to Spot What is Out of Place
- How we are all Alike
- The Domains of Human Behavior
- Clustering and Acting on Your Observations
- Mental Self Defense and Combat Psychology
In Psychological Defense Level I, you learned how to enhance your awareness abilities and look at the world differently. In Psychological Defense Level II, you will take what you learned and expand your knowledge to build the foundation of predicting human behavior.
Dive into new concepts such as: building baselines, spotting anomalies and understanding universal human behavior. Connect this with an all new decision method to help you wade through noise of your own mind and respond faster.
Finally, at the end of the course you will take what you learned and apply it to a real world scenario to demonstrate the power of this new found knowledge.
Discover the U.S. Military's best kept secret!!!
Have you ever wondered if human beings were connected by some universal constant?
You'll find out exactly how the military implemented this course utilizing these connections and exposing them to identify dangerous people.
Have you ever traveled to a foreign country and 'accidentally' ended up in a bad part of town?
Learn how to watch human movements to give you indicators about the area without being a local.
Have you ever desired to read body language in an instant?
This course breaks down the most efficient way to read body-language
Have you ever wondered what your intuition or 'gut feeling' is telling you?
Learn how to read a room by utilizing your internal sensors to gauge its safety.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in Self-Defense
- Anyone interested in Psychology
- High School or College Students
- Police, Security or Military
- Adventure Travelers
- Anyone traveling Overseas
I am a former Army Captain who recently departed the military to pursue other goals. While I was in, I was trained at the Army's Advanced Situational Awareness school in Fort Benning, GA.
Once I left the military, I recognized the training was being underutilized in American society. This brilliant training, which allows you to read situations like Sherlock Holmes, needs to be brought into the light.
Every time a tragedy occurs we ask, "Is there anything we can do to prevent this from happening?" Yes, and it is right here. It is comprehensive and yet so simple that anyone can use it.
I am dedicated to using my knowledge to teach you how to be a hero because that is what this world needs more of, real heroes.