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View romansanford's Instagram  consulting work for major NYC projects underway • reach out to us & protect yours now #nyc #privatesecurity 1608281122322998511_2519187423

consulting work for major NYC projects underway • reach out to us & protect yours now #nyc #privatesecurity

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View loriakinsevenprotection's Instagram Potential clients should be asking themselves these questions to determine if a protection detail is warranted, or even an appropriate fit at that time.

There are many others to be asking; we just ran out of room to post them all here so our post in Medium will have the rest for you.

Do you truly understand the threats and the likelihood that they may impact your life, family & business?

Are you concerned about residual affects or collateral damage to others, such as family members or key staff who may inadvertently exposed to a direct threat or share your risks when they are with you?

If you already have a personal security protective program do you share a clear and agreed understanding of its value proposition, the short term goals, and what your big picture profile looks like moving forward?

Does that understanding include the acknowledgement of secondary program benefits; such as financial & logistical efficiency, peace of mind, avoiding embarrassment, discretion, confidentiality, detecting, deterring, & mitigating threats?

Is the perceived need for a protective program temporary and can it scale if the need arises?

Does the program address the tangible "feel" of being a protected person, whether you're in public or at your residence; and does it address the benefits as well as the drawbacks?

Does it explain and reinforce the notion that despite every attempt to minimize its impact, there will still be some level of invasive nature associated with establishing a protection detail?

Is everyone that is affiliated with the client understanding & on board with having a protective detail introduced into their current level of operations?

Does the protection detail work to safeguard others and consider them secondary clients; such as family members, senior executives & associates; and if so, was it originally designed to do this?

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Potential clients should be asking themselves these questions to determine if a protection detail is warranted, or even an appropriate fit at that time. There are many others to be asking; we just ran out of room to post them all here so our post in Medium will have the rest for you. Do you truly understand the threats and the likelihood that they may impact your life, family & business? Are you concerned about residual affects or collateral damage to others, such as family members or key staff who may inadvertently exposed to a direct threat or share your risks when they are with you? If you already have a personal security protective program do you share a clear and agreed understanding of its value proposition, the short term goals, and what your big picture profile looks like moving forward? Does that understanding include the acknowledgement of secondary program benefits; such as financial & logistical efficiency, peace of mind, avoiding embarrassment, discretion, confidentiality, detecting, deterring, & mitigating threats? Is the perceived need for a protective program temporary and can it scale if the need arises? Does the program address the tangible "feel" of being a protected person, whether you're in public or at your residence; and does it address the benefits as well as the drawbacks? Does it explain and reinforce the notion that despite every attempt to minimize its impact, there will still be some level of invasive nature associated with establishing a protection detail? Is everyone that is affiliated with the client understanding & on board with having a protective detail introduced into their current level of operations? Does the protection detail work to safeguard others and consider them secondary clients; such as family members, senior executives & associates; and if so, was it originally designed to do this? #loriakinseven  #executiveprotection  #closeprotection #adaptevolveprotect #privatesecurity #business #startup  #day #urban #success #design #innovation #training  #train #elite #start #travel  #wanderlust  #world  #ceo  #boss  #hustle  #entrepreneur  #instagood  #instadaily  #instamood  #dc #nature #city #view

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View signal88securityofsanantonio's Instagram Very impressed with @signal88security_riverside newest in fleet  #signal88security #privatesecurity #sanantonio #riverside 1608180045704875682_2994393239

Very impressed with @signal88security_riverside newest in fleet #signal88security #privatesecurity #sanantonio #riverside

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View quiloasociados's Instagram TRAINING DAY 2017

Nuevamente Aprendiendo para compartir y enseñar.  Una excelente experiencia con buenos amigos.
@juanfragt @lagransorpresacarniceria 
Lic Luis Gómez Quilo
#Asesor y #Capacitador de #Seguridad y #Prevención de #Riesgos #Empresarial

#LuisGomezQuilo #yanosereunavictima #libro #sanmiguelpetapa #TeQuieroPetapa #safety #security #privatesecurity #privatesecurityservice  #seguridadprivada #capacitacion #cursos #diplomadoempresarialdeseguridadintegralLGQ #empresario 1608164203206456043_4200376501

TRAINING DAY 2017 Nuevamente Aprendiendo para compartir y enseñar. Una excelente experiencia con buenos amigos. @juanfragt @lagransorpresacarniceria Lic Luis Gómez Quilo #asesory #capacitadorde #seguridady #prevenciónde #riesgos #Empresarial #luisgomezquilo #yanosereunavictima #libro #sanmiguelpetapa #tequieropetapa #safety #security #privatesecurity #privatesecurityservice #seguridadprivada #capacitacion #cursos #diplomadoempresarialdeseguridadintegrallgq #empresario

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View seaniselectric's Instagram Seems like another life that job now.  I was a #WarDog, Arms Dealer and purveyor of fine English doubles haha.  Loved the industry, hated the company! 
#dj #producer #techno #housemusic #techhouse #deephouse #dubstep #dnb #bass #ukg #guns #firearms #rifle #shotgun #pistol #privatesecurity #contractor 1608156313861688562_1906303724

Seems like another life that job now. I was a #WarDog, Arms Dealer and purveyor of fine English doubles haha. Loved the industry, hated the company! #dj #producer #techno #housemusic #techhouse #deephouse #dubstep #dnb #bass #ukg #guns #firearms #rifle #shotgun #pistol #privatesecurity #contractor

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View atf_private_security's Instagram Our @savonsevan with the is it over yet face! 
#ateamfamily #teamatf #atfprivatesecurity #privatesecurity #privateevent #event #ootd #ootn #smile 1608097718101918692_5493876635

Our @savonsevan with the is it over yet face! #ateamfamily #teamatf #atfprivatesecurity #privatesecurity #privateevent #event #ootd #ootn #smile

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View muhammadjones's Instagram Me and Django are now offering some of the work we do for hire, everyone go and check out our new Facebook page, the link is in my bio. If you or anyone you know has a lost pet that needs to be found or is in need of private security, send us a message or give us a call! #workingdog #k9 #germanshepherd #lostpet #security #privatesecurity #upstatenewyork #capitaldistrict #thinblueline #backtheblue 1608064159650934565_3150095550

Me and Django are now offering some of the work we do for hire, everyone go and check out our new Facebook page, the link is in my bio. If you or anyone you know has a lost pet that needs to be found or is in need of private security, send us a message or give us a call! #workingdog #k9 #germanshepherd #lostpet #security #privatesecurity #upstatenewyork #capitaldistrict #thinblueline #backtheblue

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View dpg_ibiza's Instagram See you at the beach  1607902891716960386_5719320428

See you at the beach

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View signal88securityofsanantonio's Instagram Signal 88 Security takes pride in our fleet  #security #sanantonio #patrol #privatesecurity #signal88security #werehere 1607788930640125323_2994393239

Signal 88 Security takes pride in our fleet #security #sanantonio #patrol #privatesecurity #signal88security #werehere

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View romansanford's Instagram another successful day for our asset protection team #Bridgehampton 1607754794464977978_2519187423

another successful day for our asset protection team #bridgehampton

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View southerngirl1127's Instagram My amazing view this morning in #wildwonderful #westvirginia #oilandgas #drillbabydrill #security #privatesecurity #lawyergirl #teamrip #teammagnolia @magnolia_law_pllc @ripusainc 1607649743231899280_1578458750

My amazing view this morning in #wildwonderful #westvirginia #oilandgas #drillbabydrill #security #privatesecurity #lawyergirl #teamrip #teammagnolia@magnolia_law_pllc @ripusainc

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View bone_tactical's Instagram One of the biggest myths in the tactical community is the myth that bigger is better. I guess these tactical experts lying to their significant others for so many years about what six inches is eventually throws all normal comprehension of realistic size comparisons to the wind... There's .45 vs. 9mm, 7.62x51 vs. 7.62x39 vs. 5.56 vs. 300BLK, and even blade length discussions throwing around terms like "stopping power" and "combat effective". "EDC" posts, pictures, discussions, and recommendations look more like guerrilla military load-outs preparing for an insurgency than something any average person could carry on a daily basis. When ever someone says "That's not big enough" about a carry weapon I usually end the conversation quickly with three simple questions that are as follows: 1. Is this the subconscious result of you having been told in your life at some point that you didn't quite measure up? I'm sorry you have to deal with that but don't take it out on my .22 pistol. 2. How many people have you shot with a gun you felt was too small, or stabbed with a knife that wasn't large enough? The answer is always zero, followed by random jibberish hearsay or evidence presented in the form of YouTube videos. 3. Can I shoot you with my .22 or stab you with my 2 3/4" EDC CANK knife since they have no "stoping power"? The answer is also always no... Before you purchase a weapon for the purposes of self-defense consider that everything you've been told about size is pure garbage. The truth is that the bigger a weapon is, the less likely you are to carry it, and the less likely you are to have it with you when you need it. Lastly, any weapon is only as effective as the hands that hold it. A well trained shooter with a .22 can do more than your local type A d-bag in tac pants with a .45 any day. Bone out. 1607574128964907120_319506669

One of the biggest myths in the tactical community is the myth that bigger is better. I guess these tactical experts lying to their significant others for so many years about what six inches is eventually throws all normal comprehension of realistic size comparisons to the wind... There's .45 vs. 9mm, 7.62x51 vs. 7.62x39 vs. 5.56 vs. 300BLK, and even blade length discussions throwing around terms like "stopping power" and "combat effective". "EDC" posts, pictures, discussions, and recommendations look more like guerrilla military load-outs preparing for an insurgency than something any average person could carry on a daily basis. When ever someone says "That's not big enough" about a carry weapon I usually end the conversation quickly with three simple questions that are as follows: 1. Is this the subconscious result of you having been told in your life at some point that you didn't quite measure up? I'm sorry you have to deal with that but don't take it out on my .22 pistol. 2. How many people have you shot with a gun you felt was too small, or stabbed with a knife that wasn't large enough? The answer is always zero, followed by random jibberish hearsay or evidence presented in the form of YouTube videos. 3. Can I shoot you with my .22 or stab you with my 2 3/4" EDC CANK knife since they have no "stoping power"? The answer is also always no... Before you purchase a weapon for the purposes of self-defense consider that everything you've been told about size is pure garbage. The truth is that the bigger a weapon is, the less likely you are to carry it, and the less likely you are to have it with you when you need it. Lastly, any weapon is only as effective as the hands that hold it. A well trained shooter with a .22 can do more than your local type A d-bag in tac pants with a .45 any day. Bone out.

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