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  • The three components of self-defense.

    Clint Cloys, Owner & Instructor, Circle City Safety

    When you think about self defense, you need to approach it from a military or police mindset. That means, your defenses need to be in place before the need occurs. If you think about the modern military or even medieval military, the castle, the walls, moats, forts, bunkers, etc. were all put into place before any attack occurred. MORE >

    They put these measures in place in anticipation of a possible attack. If they waited for the first shots to be fired and the approach of the enemy, it would be way too late. Same with police officers - their bullet proof vests are designed to defend them from gun fire. However, the officer must put the vest on before he or she goes out on patrol. If they wait until a gun is drawn on them, again it is way too late. This is the mindset that you need to have when you think about your own defense.
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  • The Seven Best Things I’ve Learned About Loving The People I Love

    Gary Sinclair, Director, Never Quit Climbing

    Love is fun... and also hard. It takes time, work, practice and sacrifice. Over the years, Gary has learned some tough, but important lessons about how to truly love someone, especially those closest to him. And while circumstances vary from family to family and person to person, there are some critical and common concepts that we can all learn to do better to love those around us - spouses, kids, coworkers, other family, etc. In a fun, yet practical way, Gary shares seven of those vital principles that can help anyone of any age do better at truly loving another person. MORE >

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  • Living Life’s Purpose

    Paul Lushin, President, Lushin and Associates

    In today’s world, we’re measured more by what we’re doing or have done than the life we’re living and the person we’re being. We focus more on a never ending to-do list than being purposeful and intentional in each moment of our life. In this interactive session, Paul Lushin discusses the shifts in mindset and daily behavior that you need to focus on and implement in order to live the truly purposeful life you were meant for. MORE >

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