APHORISMS: Having a Game Plan
Did you guys hear? We’re up to three times a week on Zoom! Tuesdays 6:30pm, Thursdays 6:30pm and Saturdays 11am. Awesome news, awesome stuff, and nothing but momentum for our community.
A flu pandemic buckled the knees of our society and clearly, the easy level of this video game is still hard to beat. Did you watch/rewatch the season of The Walking Dead where Rick and the governor fought over the prison? Even their people died over a sickness. We are not ready for the zombies, our immunity needs to evolve for any of this to happen at the least.
Whether you live on your own, or you are the head of household, you need a game plan. If you are the head of household, it is even more important that your game plan is learned, digested, and understood well by your family members. Plain and simple, if you have a game plan but your family members do not know this, then you have planned to fail.
Attached are two videos. The first one is Aphorisms, a new series we are attempting to put out for the students. An aphorism by definition, is a pithy observation that contains a general truth. Instructor K talks about having a game plan being more important than having all the gear.
The second video is an oldie but goodie. One of Instructor K’s first seminars he teaches how to draw from the holster safely: Four Count Presentation.
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See you guys Tuesday!
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