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Clint Clements: January 2, 2018

Normalcy Bias is a bias that people have where they believe that things will always function the way that things normally function.  In other words, the natural human tendency to try to fit anomalies into something understandable and routine.    Per Wikipedia, Normalcy Bias is a belief people hold when facing a disaster that causes people to underestimate both the possibility of a disaster and its possible effects.  Join us today as we discuss Normalcy Bias and how we can break through to decisive action.

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Clint Clements

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 Clint Clements is the Owner of The Forge Tactical, LLC, a full service personal security company specializing in training individuals, businesses, private groups, churches and schools in the specifics of security and preparedness in the event of a natural disaster or other emerging threats. The company exists to educate and train our clients in local, state and national security threats in order to prepare them to survive and prosper amid these active threats. Our training cadre is made of former Navy SEAL’s with extensive combat experience thus ensuring the highest level of training and preparedness. We offer the following training to our clients: 

1. Situational Awareness 

2. Emerging Threat Analysis and Education 

3. Emergency Preparedness 

4. Evacuation Planning 

5. First Aid/Emergency Medical Training – T/CCC 

6. Concealed Carry Mindset Training 

7. Close Quarter Battle/Room Clearing – Speed, Surprise and Violence of Action 

8. Active Shooter Decision Matrix Training 

9. Close Quarter Combat Training 

10. The purpose of Violence of Action 

11. Understanding and responding to an Asocial encounter 

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