You may not know this, but I’ve recently started blogging over at the Personal Defense Network site. Of course I’ve written articles for them for years, and have done a couple of DVDs and some videos for the site, but now I’ll be sharing things over there on a more consistent basis. You’ll be able to find everything I write for them at this link.
While what I share here tends to be of immediate, practical use the posts on the PDN blog will be a little more theoretical, a little more on the introspective side of the defensive training world. If you’re the thinking type, I believe you’ll like what I post over there!
This week a new article went up, titled “HOW PERSPECTIVE AFFECTS YOUR THREAT PERCEPTION”. It takes a look at the recent incident in Texas where a kid brought a home-built digital clock to school, and explores some deeper issues than you’ll find in most commentary on the story. In fact, I don’t really care who was right or wrong in the incident, but rather seek to see how our preconceptions affect our ability to protect ourselves.
I believe you’ll find it very thought-provoking!
– Grant Cunningham