The Power of Awareness Workshop with Dan Schilling
Send the kids to breakfast nearby, the farmers' market, or the playground, grab your friends and learn how to become more aware with Dan Schilling on Saturday June 5th at 9am.
Purchase your ticket at ticketmesandhills.com
Your ticket includes an autographed copy of The Power of Awareness, and a one hour in-person workshop with Dan Schilling where he will outline six easily implemented tenets you can apply anywhere to improve your personal safety:
- Be Situationally Aware
- Trust and Use Your Intuition
- Determine If You Have a Problem
- Develop a Plan
- Act Decisively
- Regroup and Recover
This workshop and book will show exactly how to use your senses like the pros and what actions to take. The Power of Awareness includes tales of life-threatening situations from experts like a spy who becomes suddenly aware she's being stalked through the streets of an exotic city, or a special ops soldier who intuitively recognizes something is "off" during a high-risk mission.
By the last page you'll know that your own power of awareness can save your life.
About Dan Schilling
In his 30 years in special operations Dan Schilling conducted combat and clandestine missions around the world, founded and then commanded two special operations squadrons - the second one of America's most clandestine special mission units - and worked alongside the CIA, FBI, and NSA to defeat terrorists as well as biological and nuclear weapon proliferation. An adrenaline enthusiast, Dan is a professional demonstration skydiver, holds the Guinness World Record for most BASE jumps in twenty-four hours, and is a mountain speed wing pilot. His last book, Alone at Dawn was a New York Times bestseller and is soon to be a major motion picture.
Dan is now committed to helping individuals and organizations become more safety conscious through his book, consulting, and is in the process of converting The Power of Awareness into in-person and online instructional platforms.
A spy is suddenly aware she's being stalked through the streets of an overseas city. A special ops soldier intuitively recognizes something's "off" during a high-risk mission. In these life-threatening situations experts know exactly how to use their senses and what actions to take.