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Practice SectionThe Next Level

Taking Your Training To The Next Level

The most requested feature that we hear from readers of Left of Bang and who have completed the Tactical Analysis Course is for more opportunities to practice. More videos, more pictures and more repetitions.  They want to develop the deep file folders needed to read behavior and recognize threats intuitively.

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With more practice and opportunities to apply behavioral analysis, you can:

  • Make the observation of people a habit

  • See more displays of each behavior, allowing you to make recognitions faster

  • Establish baselines more quickly and accurately by practicing in the safety of your home

The ability to read behavior is perishable like any other skill – if you don’t use it, you lose it.  Before the development of the Practice Section, students, readers and practitioners were left to identify opportunities on their own and self-assess their ability.  Those days are gone.


Here is how you do it:

  1. Establish a trigger to remind yourself to practice a specific behavior or process, in the safety of your home or office, however frequently you want to exercise your observation.

  2. Practice assessing that behavior repetitively until each display is seen naturally and quickly.

  3. Take the behavioral observation to a public area and search for it to ensure you can apply the concept to your life.

  4. Repeat as many times as needed to make the processes of establishing baselines and observing the four pillars of behavior intuitive.

The benefit of developing yourself in this way is that you will begin executing the process naturally and seamlessly, integrating a level of informed awareness into your life.


The CP Journal’s Practice Section Is Designed To:

  • Provide you opportunities to practice assessing each behavior and each baselining process with feedback in the safety of your home or office.

  • Provide you with a set time to practice each week to help form the habit of observation.

  • Provide you with ways to apply the exercises from that week in a real life event on your own.

With consistent practice of just a few minutes in each session, the behaviors and processes written about in Left of Bang and taught in the Tactical Analysis Program can become a skill and capability that separates you from your peers. Are you ready?


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