The founding values of Safer Faster Defense
Wisdom, Courage, Resolve
“Wisdom is to make the best use of knowledge” – Charles Haddon Spurgeon
We know that the mind navigates the body and we understand the necessity to prepare for a confrontation on an emotional and psychological level, as well as physical.
We know that tactics that work intuitively with the body’s natural reactions to danger are more efficient to perform and easier to learn and retain.
We know that time and resources for training may be limited so we aim to prepare you for the more probable and plausible scenarios in the context of personal protection.
We make the best use of this knowledge by working intuitively with the mind and body and focusing only on plausible scenarios, enabling you to deal with a confrontation or an attack in the most efficient way possible, making you safer faster.
“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.” – Ambrose Redmoon
An old adage suggests that courage is something you get shortly after you need it.
It is imperative to prepare our Self to be courageous.
Learning about fear, how it affects our performance and understanding that its true purpose is self-preservation, will help us to accept it, control it and transform it into a stimulus to action.
“Each act is judged by the circumstances of the situation and especially by its motivation. So if someone has a gun and is trying to kill you it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun.” – H.H. the Dalai Lama, Seattle Times, May 15 2001
In a perfect world we would solve everything through non-violent means. This, however, is not a perfect world and it is unfortunate that bad things happen to good people.
If you are determined to take responsibility for your safety and the safety of your loved ones, you must come to terms with the notion that, when everything else fails, you will have to use violence to stop the aggressor.
We will help you develop emotional triggers and the proper mindset to fight back harder, meaner and more efficiently than the bad guy.
Although I don’t like violence, I hate the thought of being a helpless victim.
This empowers predators to continue hurting innocent people.
I choose to fight back.
I chose to prepare and prevail.