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Nothing to Talk About

When was the last time you were in a meeting, and it ended because everyone in attendance simply had nothing left to say? If you are like most folks, the answer is either never or it has been so long you can’t remember. Most meetings end because we run out

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Too Much

Boy, do I love baseball. I’ve written here before about my love for the game. I only wish that I had more time available to be able to sit and watch a game. One of the things that amuses/confuses me in baseball, though, are the way that “fights” are conducted.

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Time To Be Negative

Law enforcement trainers are truly a special breed. They are dedicated to their people, to their agency, and to this noble profession. They show up early, work hard, and stay late to provide the best possible training for their folks. Loyalty, professionalism, motivation – words that only begin to describe

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Irrelevance

If you don’t like change, you’re going to like irrelevance even less. –General Eric Shinseki “Because that’s the way we have always done it” has to be one of the most hated phrases here at Command Presence. If you want to announce to the world that you are complacent, that

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That One Student

If you have been a trainer for any length of time you know that one student. The one that is determined to learn nothing. The one who has made it their mission to oppose everything you present. The one who seemingly has it in for you. So how do you,

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Left or Right

We are big fans of Left of Bang – one of the most, if not the most, officer safety books that has come out in the past decade. There is so much in there that can enhance the way that officers perform their daily tasks. If you haven’t read it

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