Sensei, Mentor, Teacher, Coach: Powerful Leadership for Leaderless Times is the latest book for Kris and Lawrence. The book focuses on actionable items that you can take directly to the dojo floor or executive board room. The guys talk about the structure of their ideas, how it came to be over years of teaching and corporate experience, and how it got laid down on the pages in black and white. Stories that didn’t make the book get talked about and the guys reveal how in writing the book, they called themselves out to better integrate their own ideas into their lives.
Zero Tolerance and what it is doing to us. Lawrence bullied as a kid and how his parents solved the problem. The mind and how it can’t tell the difference between realities and make believe. The value of police and how we diminish the value of police with zero tolerance. A quick swerve into faulty safety plans and it all gets tied together by the end of the show.
Women making violence is on the increase. Yup, we said it. Women are involved in public violence more and more these days. A woman involved in violence certainly is not a one off, man bites dog kind of event anymore. Lawrence and Kris dive down into the nuts and bolts of why? What are the driving factors? Sometimes it’s personal, and sometimes it isn’t. We spread the blame far and deep.
A white male in his 30’s to 40’s. 5’ 11” to 6 feet tall, medium build with shoulder-length brown hair and last seen wearing a blue zip-up jacket and black jeans grab at a West Seattle teen girl. He presents a clear and present danger to the community. Here are some things you can do to make you and yours safer and help the police as well. The predator mind, the hunting grounds, means of being safer, groups, electronics, running to safety and calling in what you see.
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Fresh off a road trip Rory takes our hands and heads down the road of violence. What do criminals think of themselves, how to they differentiate between what they do and what outlaws do. Does everybody think the world is collapsing? Distorted history – or back filling to fit your agenda. How writers look at villains. A little Eric Hoffer (and you really should look him up, here is a link to: The True Believer: Thoughts on the Nature of Mass Movements.) And how you can satisfy the criminal, their needs and what kind of goodies you have that make you a delightful target. And by the way – no easy answers…
Kris pitches a quick one at Marc right at the top of the show — workplace violence. Marc zigs when you thing he is going to zag on the back story of workplace violence. The reasons why the numbers for violence look the way they do, what constitutes real violence – contrary to what the scientists of the world have to say about that. And no easy answers as to where we are going to be in ten years as the lines of perceived violence and real violence are blurred by statistics, incomplete numbers, and non-realistic agendas.