In The Art of War, Sun Tzu says, “Every battle is won before it is ever fought.”
What does Tzu mean by this?
How can you win a battle before you fight it?
In this episode, we hear a true story with Doc Stull and his Father – It’s actually the last lesson and the last day that Doc ever saw his Father.
Today’s story shares a lesson in:
- Understanding Situational Awareness can Save Your Life without a Fight
- De-Escalation of an Impending Attack can Save Your Life without a Fight
Doc, thank you for sharing this story. I would have enjoyed knowing and learning from him.
Grab your favorite drink, and listen. This Podcast might just Save Your Life!
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The Self Defense Channel is about Reality Based Self Defense Training.
Our goal is to bring awareness to and the differences between martial arts, Hollywood & TV myths, and reality based self defense.
Self defense training is fun. Being in a real world encounter without knowing self defense is something you never want to repeat! I know. I was brutally attacked for 40 minutes in Shanghai, China. After that happened, I vowed I would never let it happen again – to me, to my family, and now I am bringing it to The Self Defense Channel.
About Your Hosts
My name is Greg Pasden.
I am a US veteran with over 22 years of military and combat experience. I am now an international certified reality based self defense instructor, 1 of the 3 original Cane Self-Defense Empowerment Coaches, a world traveler, an international cargo pilot, a family man,
and creator of The Self Defense Channel.
My name is Doc Stull.
I am a retired educator, ESPN radio host/writer/narrator, spoken-word performer, musician, professional American accent trainer with clients word-wide, founder of American Speech Dynamics and, an Advanced Instructor and 1 of the 3 original Cane Self-Defense Empowerment Coaches.
We truly do not want people to experience the terror of a brutal attack.
It can be physically painful and damaging, as well as mentally damaging.
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