Justin Nazaroff | January 01, 2020

If you haven’t put in the training time, you will not magically turn into John Wick in the event you are placed in a life-or-death scenario... When confronted with a situation that warrants the use of deadly force, the decision to fire a weapon must be made with the awareness that being too slow, or missing the target, can have disastrous results for shooter (and, potentially, for innocent bystanders).

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Ray Gillenwater, SSC | December 24, 2019

Like strength training, the beautiful thing about entrepreneurship is that it has principles that are clearly identifiable by those that have experience, and the result of those principles being followed (or not) is blatantly (and sometimes painfully) obvious to see by anyone that’s paying attention. There is no faking it, not for long anyways.

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Jared Nessland, SSC | December 18, 2019

It was quite a leap of faith, leaving the security, but getting paid your worth, not working the excessive crazy hours, and the idea of training people exactly the way you want to train them, training clients that actually want to be there is exciting. When I see what SS Austin and Kathy Grace are doing, this excites me. Or watching Doris and the Westminster crew. That is life changing stuff!

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