Swimming with Sharks. Lesson 3:

Be alert.

Sharks and other predators rely on surprise when they attack.

They capitalize on the 15 second shock that people go into when attacked out of nowhere.

People (Prey) in shock are much easier to manage than an alert person ready to defend themselves.

If they see you are alert and aware of their presence in their vicinity, they are less likely to attack.

So, raise your level of alertness. Continually scan for predators. Don't take your safety and security for granted.

Above the door of every Returned Serviceman League (the Australian RSA equivalent) is the saying: "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance!"

Where in your life, can you be more alert?

- that's it from me, Mike Kennedy,Want a taste of Clarity? Email Mike...

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