The Warrior Creed

The Warrior Creed

by Robert L. Humphrey

“Wherever I go,
everyone is a little bit safer because I am there.

Wherever I am,
anyone in need has a friend.

Whenever I return home,
everyone is happy I am there.”

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Before I got into Pick Up, when I was a firearms and tactical instructor, I put the Warrior Creed on the first page of every training manual I wrote. It resonated with me then, and even more so now.

The first part is what originally clicked. I was teaching survival skills, skills that people would hopefully NEVER need to use, but if they did need them, they would be prepared.

The 2nd part made sense because…..well anyone who knows me in real life, knows how I treat others, and also how I like to keep my good deeds private. 🙂

The last part, that was always the one that I felt I connected with the least. I wasn’t really close to my family, had a few close friends, but for the most part did my own thing. I could leave town for a week, and nobody would even know I was gone. I can remember thinking, if I died, how many people would even notice or miss me?

After I started my self improvement journey and then got into Pick Up, I learned how to connect with others on a deeper level. For the first time in my life, I actually started to think that people WOULD miss me, and that they would actually be excited to see me when I return.

Now I don’t just think that, I KNOW that!

Such a short and simple adage, which means so much

If each section doesn’t resonate with you-

  • why not?
  • what are you doing to change that?
  • what goals have you set in your life, and are you actively working on reaching them?

 

One of my recent goals was to eat sushi and drink sake in Japan, and as I prepare to fly there next week, I know that like always, everyone around me is safer, because I am there. No matter where I go, even if I can’t speak the language, I will make friends and have fun.

Lastly, I know that I will be missed and when I return, those I care about will be happy to see me.

-If I don’t fall in love with a Geisha girl or go to war with the Yakuza (sucks for THEM!), I should be back around the middle of the month. I will be checking my email and will get back to any customers as soon as I can throughout, but for much of this trip I will not have access to the internet. Which is exactly what I need 😀 

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How a flashlight could have saved lives at the Batman shooting

so THAT’S why you carry a pocket flashlight and handgun with you when you go to the movies Bravo

 

I just got home from a 1on1 private lesson, but wanted to share this info with you guys before I went to bed.

 

I figured a quick youtube vid would cover it faster, so just made this- how a flashlight could have saved lives

 

Recent post on my forum-

Flashlight saved me from a fight

here a student who watched my 21 Convention speech shares how a flashlight helped him avoid a street fight

 

My 1hour vid on firearm selection, and additional low-light tips

Bravo- Tactical Self Defense & Firearm Selection Speech

this is the video he watched

 

And REQUIRED reading- Col John Grossman

On Sheep, Wolves, and Sheepdogs

AMAZING post about proper mindset

 

Bottom line, a powerful flashlight that you shine into ANYBODY’S eyes will make it almost impossible for them to see.

If they can’t see, they can’t fight!

This would then allow people to escape, or be even more effective with their firearm or other weapon.

 

I always carry one at night, on airplanes, and in movie theaters.

You are not a man if you can not protect yourself, or your loved ones!- Bravo

 

-happy to answer any follow up questions in the comment section below