Selco gives some of his real world input into an important topic.
I have just finished delivering another ‘Mile In My Shoes’ (MIMS) down here in the Balkans. As always it was a great event with many insights both for the students and me. Having finished the course I got to thinking more about training in the survival and preparedness community.
Learning real survival skills in the field is something that cannot be substituted with anything, but I see people often try to do that.
Another mistake in learning skills is because they are often (almost always) taken out of the context, or even more often, there is no context at all.
Somehow as a result, there is a whole bunch of people learning skills without mindset where and when to use it, or not to use it. (I agree it…
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