Strategic and Tactical Mindset

Destruction & Creation: Are You Locked on One Way of Thinking or Are You Adaptable, Approaching Tactical Dilemmas?

In crisis situations are you closed minded and locked into one specific way of handling situations or are you open minded and adapt tactics to meet the circumstances you find yourself in as you attempt to solve tactical dilemma’s?  Is your chosen method wrapped up in a sole technique you learned or, have you learned to artfully apply tactics based on the foundational principles in realization the the foundation or checklist alone may not help you in reaching sound decisions and the outcomes you seek?  The foundational principles are important but we all to often this is, where w

The power of a handshake!

cop shaking hands Frank Borelli posted what I think is an important article over at www.officer.com titled

Column at Police One: Mental toughness and the power to adapt

My latest Staying Oriented column “Mental toughness and the power to adapt” is up at www.policeone.com. Please take the time to check it out and leave your thoughts in the comments section.  I appreciate all your support in spreading the word on these important topics.

"Unhappy the general who comes on the field of battle with a system." — Napoleon Bonaparte

"It Never Happens Here" So WHY Do We Train?

“Nine-tenths of tactics are certain and taught in books: but the irrational tenth is like the kingfisher flashing across the pool, and that is the test of generals. It can only be ensured by instinct, sharpened by thought practicing the stroke so often that at the crisis it is as natural as a reflex.” ~T.E Lawrence

It Never Happens Here

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