Win 2 Weeks with us in Dallas, Valued at Over $6,000
With just a little while longer until we open the Combat Mindset doors to the public, we’re giving away an awesome training package valued at over $6,000! All you have to do, is enter!
Be a Better Bad Ass 2-Week Immersion Training Contest
Most contests, have the winner on a beach somewhere relaxing in luxury. Well, this isn’t exactly one of those contests. You will work your ass off. You will sweat. You will want to pass out. You will probably cry a little – but you’ll be stronger for it. You will face your fears and bitch slap them over and over. You will work harder than you’ve ever worked before.
You will leave, quite simply, a better bad ass than when you arrived!
Visit the Contest Page to enter to win.
You can tell a lot about a person by watching how they treat those who can do nothing for them and you can tell a lot about a company by how well their customer service is. Badass Beard Care is doing it right, and I wanted you all to know. While I don’t usually deal with customer service, when I do – it’s usually because the company screwed up and I’m trying to get it right.
Dallas Police Shooting
Our thoughts and prayers are with the men and women of the Dallas Police Department, as well as all law enforcement around the country.
Ah multitasking – you know the story: it’s what women are supposedly very good at, and it’s the thing all super-busy CEOs and mothers of toddlers do in order to cleverly cram all their errands into their crowded schedules. If you ate breakfast in the car this morning, all while Whatsapping a friend, fiddling with the radio and trying to merge with traffic on the highway, then congratulations, you’re a seasoned multitasker.
But the problem? Maybe you shouldn’t be.
Chat with any therapist and they’ll tell you that the majority of their clients bring them some form of the problem, “is this normal?” We’re social beings, and even if we don’t like to admit it, we care about fitting in. We understand that there’s an acceptable narrative for what our lives should look like. Looking at what your life actually is can be… is tough.
You wake up and the first thing you do is check your news feed. You listen to the voices of presenters describe the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people, or corruption in countries you’ve never been to, or how American corporations are behind the wholesale destruction of the environment.
And that’s just before you’ve had your cereal.
While most people are more than happy to give their opinion on tobacco use, alcoholism or whether marijuana should be legal, bring up porn consumption and the conversation will suddenly shift. Our nation’s attitude to pornography seems an ambiguous one: half-hearted condemnation, embarrassment and the resignation that, well, it just can’t be avoided anymore.
Last year, almost 300,000 women in America were raped. Most of them were raped by someone they knew, possibly even loved and trusted. Rape has been called the worst form of personal assault by many experts, and is alarmingly common.
But how many people do you personally know of that have been raped?
If you or someone close to you has recently experienced a violent or traumatic event, there’s a possibility of developing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Only a trained mental health professional can diagnose PTSD, but if you suspect this is what’s behind the symptoms you or someone else is experiencing, read on.