The client conspiracy

It is a common topic of mine to dress down the catfish network and how they systematically steal clients. This blog is about how a client can conspire to steal you and in turn you look like you walked away with your company’s client. We are not in the business of protection to become friends …

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It’s an honor

There are alot of good guys out there that i can talk to about this craft. Half of them I’d go with anywhere in the world and less than half of them will call me when they need something. One of those guys is Mustafaa Muhammed. I met this brother a few years back at …

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When it’s out of your hands

This week we got a call from a specialist (Earplug) that does work for us on the side. He used to own his own company but tough times and unreliable partners turned his company out. He remains a reliable asset for BPI as a lone wolf. He called me and minister about a training, and …

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The training evolution of EP

I tweeted this morning that there is in my opinion a systematic process in your training evolution when it comes to Executive Protection.  As I have screamed many times before you should never work or allow anyone to work in the business of protecting someone without proper training in that field.  Armed and unarmed security …

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Train that biggest weapon that you have

This weapons subject has raised alot of commentary and off line conversation between me and specialists as well as me and school owners. What got me in this tirade was the infatuation amongst people in this vast industry about weapons handling, usage and qualifications. The overwhelming desire of guys nowadays and their weaponry has caused …

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Weapons training in basic EP courses

I tweeted a subject that I am also putting in the upcoming ebook. And that is weapons training in a basic EP course. My earnest belief is that handling weapons is a serious matter, as there is importance on protective driving. I’ll cut to the chase by saying that fundamental weapons “training” should not be …

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Excerpt from the upcoming eBook

Here is an excerpt from the upcoming eBook that I am doing. In the first series I will talk about the PROPER process in to getting into this industry, the misnomers about having law enforcement or military backgrounds as well as what happens behind the scenes that determines how much you’ll make. Anyone that is …

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Stay fresh – nothing rotten allowed here.

I receive resumes and bios on a weekly basis.  After starting this blog I have received more than usual.  Here’s a tip for you hungry specialists out there.  UPDATE YOUR INFO!  If i call you and say that I am about to send your bio to a client that wants to see who I am …

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Too antsy to go overseas; Not antsy enough to get right to come home

There is a romatic impression that has been seaping throughout the security industry.  The visual of an operator/specialist, or whatever you want to call him, all geared up with a long rifle slung across his shoulder, plate carrier full of mag and assorted pouches, beard or goatee, with Oakley wrap around glasses, and a baseball …

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WHAT DRIVES THE GS, THE 3 POSITION & 2 POSITIONS SWITCH

The last 2 days of blogs have been all about the GS the 3 Position Switch and the 2 Position Switch.  What type of protection it involves and how it works.  Today I want to touch on what, if not WHO drives these types of security personalities. The client: Clients range from corporate CEO’s, at-risk …

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