If you are around any kind of security operation for any length of time you will undoubtedly hear the term "MINDSET". Lately I have come across several references to "MINDSET". It initially started when a fellow security professional posted an article, "10 Things You Learn By Carrying a Gun Everyday". Another person pointed out that there should to be an "11", called "MINDSET". How very true. Some who carry a firearm do not carry the correct mindset to do so. For example, "Just because I can, I'm going to." They think they have a good "MINDSET" but lack the skills necessary to respond properly in a threatening situation. I know, because years ago I was one of those people, until I received the necessary training from professionals. But for this blog post, let's talk about a different but equally important "MINDSET". As I talk with church leaders, there are many who don't have the right "MINDSET" when it comes to safety and security.
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