You don’t know what you don’t know. Â Sounds like a pretty obvious statement.
I have gotten behind in the podcasts. Â The reason is pretty simple, I don’t know what I don’t know!
I have never been faced with the set of circumstances I have faced this spring.
- Daily podcast
- Two kids with different sleep patterns
- Tons of rain keeping me from efficiently getting work done efficiently that I need to get done
- I have never seen some of these factors before, let alone together.
- If I would have seen it before, I would have been ready for it.
- When I see these factors again I will recognize them.
- Hitting a baseball
- In a batting cage or from a pitcher
- Most people stand there and watch the first pitch go by without even having an opportunity to react.
- Maybe on the second pitch they think about swinging but the timing is still off.
For me, this is the slogan for reality based training.
How can you block a punch if you have never had a punch thrown at you?
How can you defend yourself against a knife or gun if you have never had to defend yourself against a knife or a gun?
How do you recognize danger if you have never been faced with danger?
This is why I constantly continue to train. Â I don’t know what I don’t know, but I aim to find out!
Tactics Design excellent web work from an industry insider.
Today’s topic comes from my discussions with my friend and mentor Lou Chiodo of Gunfighter’s Ltd. Â It is a phrase he uses often and this is my interpretation and application of the phrase.