Recent Blog Articles

The Enemies of Situational Awareness

Written by Scott Stewart, Vice President of Intelligence at TorchStone Global As those of you who have been read Shelley’s book understand, situational awareness is simply paying attention to what...

What is the Warrior Mindset?

It can be so easy to fall into the trap of thinking that nothing wrong could ever happen to us. A false sense of security that bad things only happen...

How Your Body Language Can Protect You

Original article posted at https://www.wishtv.com/indy-style/how-your-body-language-can-protect-you/ It seems like becoming a victim of a violent crime is a random occurrence or just bad luck, but science tells us otherwise. Studies have...

Trust Your Gut—It’s Usually Right

Have you ever felt uneasy about a particular situation? Or felt suspicious and uncomfortable around a person that you just met. You can’t explain the feeling logically, but inside you...

Everyday Vigilance Requires Commitment

Written by Dominic Arcuri, President of Arcuri Group LLC Practicing good security awareness vigilance is not difficult, but it requires commitment. Battling complacency is the biggest hurdle. We all suffer...

Ladies, Be Careful Not to Silence Yourself

Building a company with partners is a whole different experience than building a company by yourself. Ask me how I know. Both are rewarding and challenging, but they are different journeys. When...

Syncing Up My Professional Pursuits

By: Shelley Klingerman Have you ever had the challenge of trying to represent two things that you do, but they’re so diverse that you struggle with how to represent them...