Safety is only a mindset shift away!You can’t predict everything—but with a few simple principles, you can be ready for almost anything.
You’re walking to meet a friend. You’re running late, so you pull out your phone to let her know. While you’re texting her, you pull up the map just to double-check where you’re going.
You hear footsteps behind you. At first you think nothing of it, but there’s something weird about the sound you just can’t place.
Then someone steps into your path and you stumble. Looking up, you start to apologize to the man you walked into when you realize he’s staring at you, no trace of surprise on his face.
You take a step back, confused.That’s when you notice there’s a knife in his hand.
“Stay quiet and this will go better for you”, he says.
How do you react?
Does your mind go blank with panic?
Or do you move seamlessly into that little place inside of you that’s always clear, calm, and ready to respond?
It’s hard to know exactly how you’ll react until you’re already in that critical moment. But by then it may be too late, and the wrong choice can leave you hurt or worse.
I’m here to help you take back control of your power—so that when the stakes are high, there’s no question of your ability to assess the situation and act to protect yourself or those you love.
And the best part of all? You don’t need a complicated course or years of martial arts training. In that critical moment, what matters most is your mindset.
And with a few simple concepts, I can help you get started right now.
Walk With Confidence
Stop attacks before they happen: learn to become less of a target.
No Martial Arts Needed
Assess the best response quickly and calmly in a crisis, even if that means running away.
Easy to Teach
Make sure those who matter most are protected, even when you’re not around.
Let’s break the cycle of fear together.
If you live in the city, you probably already know the dangers. Maybe you heard about an attack on the news, only to realize it was just a few blocks away. Or perhaps you’re used to seeing ambulances and police cars whiz by, off to some unknown emergency.
Whether you walk the streets feeling nervous or are blissfully unaware, the risk is there. But what you may not know is that there are ways to reduce that risk just by adopting a few simple habits in your life.
How do I know this?
I’ve spent over a decade in law enforcement, seeing hundreds of crimes and talking directly to criminals about why they target certain victims.
And now I’ve dedicated myself to bringing this message to the world, to stand against the cycle of fear and violence by teaching self-awareness and confidence.
Do you have questions about the book, the principles, or my services?
These offerings are more than a job for me—they’re my passion. I’m happy to listen to and answer any questions you might have.