Many of us live some fairly ordinary lives. Others live in an arena where hyper-vigilance is an absolute and necessary part of daily life. No matter whether you fit left, right, or in the middle between these two spectrums, knowing skills to get you out a sticky situation can be invaluable. You may live a quiet and subdued existence and only really have to protect yourself or a loved one once in a lifetime. In that moment, do you want to thrive, barely survive, or die?
I want to thrive and you probably do as well.
Prior to receiving a copy of 100 Deadly Skills, I was a little skeptical and thought this would probably be information I already had dialed. Instead, I found an collection of skills that are potentially useful for the stay at home parent to the overseas operative working in the clandestine services.
At one point or time you may have seen all these skills, but probably never in one collection. Its like the anarchist cookbook for spies, survivalists, and the violent nomad. If you believe you are safe and nothing bad or catastrophic will happen in your life, this book may help you reexamine small portions of your life. You may understand the need to become a violent nomad.
In 100 Deadly Skills, Clint Emerson, the author, opens by explaining the need for hyper-vigilance in everyday life and why the anatomy of a violent nomad is not only concealable from average observation, but enables one to be prepared for all varieties of adverse and subversive situations.
Clint Emerson developed and compiled these collection of skills through his 20 years of service in Special Operation, the NSA, and SEAL Team Six.
Below are some examples of what you will see in 100 Deadly Skills.
Get your copy of 100 Deadly Skill here.
Note: This book was submitted, reviewed and approved by the US Department of Defense prior to publishing.
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