You can improve your situational awareness by putting yourself in a predator’s shoes.
When you’re carrying concealed, you have to learn to let go of some things you might normally make a big deal about.
You won’t get to pick the terms of a gunfight if you’re forced into one, but you can follow these rules.
Don’t let gender bias harm your situational awareness.
They may look the same, but they’re not. Here’s how to tell them apart.
Women are socially conditioned to be polite people-pleasers. That’s OK in general, but it can put you in danger if you try to play nice with someone who has ill intent.
Your gun does not protect you just by virtue of you owning or carrying it.
When you’re in an emergency situation, you can make wiser decisions by taking time to OODA: Observe, Orient, Decide, Act.
Carrying a gun might be the great equalizer, but learning how to become a harder target is the first line of self-defense.
Sometimes things don't go the way we've planned, so it’s important to already have a plan in place.