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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:176
  • eBook ISBN:9781483500829

You are Your First Responder

How You Can Survive - Why Others Won't. This Is a Mind Game You Can Win

by Mike Walker

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Overview
The question is not, “Do you have the Right Stuff?” You do. What you want the answer to is, “What is the Right Stuff and how do I use it?” The book, told in short stories and without jargon, shows you how to control your mind and body to survive disasters: shots fired at the mall, an explosion at a restaurant, terrorist bombing at a sporting event or your church. You learn how to switch your mind and body from the primitive reaction of Fight, Flight, Freeze to reasoned decision making. No tools needed - This is a mind game explained with humor and without excess. This book will prepare you to save your family, friends and yourself if disaster strikes. First you start. The rest is easy. by mike walker - a common man
Description
The question is not, “Do you have the Right Stuff?” You do. What you want the answer to is, “What is the Right Stuff and how do I use it?” The book, told in short stories and without jargon, shows you how to control your mind and body to survive disasters: shots fired at the mall, an explosion at a restaurant, terrorist bombing at a sporting event or your church. You learn how to switch your mind and body from the primitive reaction of Fight, Flight, Freeze to reasoned decision making. No tools needed - This is a mind game explained with humor and without excess. This book will prepare you to save your family, friends and yourself if disaster strikes. First you start. The rest is easy. by mike walker - a common man
About the author
Mike Walker a common man My car has usually been a pick-up truck and I've always had large dogs: Dobermans, rotties and mutts, always two at a time. Knowing which end of the tube the bullet falls out of and my faith pleases me. School, Marquette University and the University of Chicago, never interfered with my education. Along the way cancer and being an alcoholic challenged my family and friends. Cancers gone and no booze for 30 plus years. My name does not end in "Expert" anything and I think that's good. It assures me some degree of open mindedness. I'm still very happily married to Princess Bonnie with five kids: Kathy, Kristen, Michael, Jeffery and Maureen. The bottom line seems to be summed up saying, "I'm enjoying being me."
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