The three most impactful changes/improvements to the SEAL Teams post September 11th, 2001. You might think I am talking about SEAL stuff, but remove the term SEAL, and think about the changes from the perspective of your own organization, regardless of what you do, and the sector. Effective leadership, and when to start thinking and acting like a leader.

A solo podcast from the road, and the middle of my move to Montana. Instead of a guest, I answered some questions from the Internet. A lesson learned from a personal mistake that has stuck with me for decades. My thoughts on raising quality human beings, female operators in combat, and closing with my proudest moment, and my biggest regret. Thanks for the encouragement to go it alone instead of skipping a week.

Tony Blauer has been a student of violence for 40 years. He is the CEO and founder of Blauer Tactical Systems, an organization that works with Military, Police, First Responders, and civilians. The SPEAR system is based on survival reflex, instinctual movement, and human physiology. His mission is simple – Make the world safer.

Whether you accept violence or abhor it, it is part of the world we live in. Preparation, understanding (of yourself), and situational awareness will help you navigate any environment.

Episode #3 with Sean Hughes.  Sean is a retired Naval Officer, currently working in the technology sector. His route to the Naval Special Warfare community began at the service academy in Annapolis, and included a deployment with the fleet Navy prior to being assigned as a SWCC (Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman) detachment Officer in Charge. Sean hosts two very different websites. The first, www.chartwellwest.com is a blog that received millions of views during the election cycle of 2016. The second, www.care4us.org is a beacon for families that have special needs and challenges not understood by most. A modern day renaissance man.