Brad Rhame

Motivational Thoughts on Success, Leadership and Martial Arts

Left of Bang

My interest is peaked. I will have to check this book out. Thanks for the review Christopher!

Staying Safe

Left of BangWhen I first heard about Left of Bang, I initially thought it would be a rerun of The Gift of Fear and What Every Body Is Saying with a hint of On Killing/On Combat mixed in. I’m happy to say that I was completely wrong. Patrick Van Horne and Jason Riley have joined the ranks of Gavin De Becker, Rory Miller, Dave Grossman and Joe Navarro, if not surpassed them, with their book Left of Bang. Although Left of Bang incorporates ideas and concepts from the previously mentioned authors and books, Riley and Van Horne really dug into the details of situational awareness and body language to provide us with a comprehensive guide in understanding our environments, our gut feelings and how to respond to the “anomalies” we observe.

Left of Bang is broken down into five parts, and although it is only 200 pages, it is jam-packed…

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