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The Five Hazardous Attitudes

by DA Caravella on 06/10/20

We are all capable of good decisions and actions and not so good decisions and actions. When not so good, those decision and actions have been found to often be driven by attitudes--thought patterns and habits--we develop. Both good and bad can be changed. Here we introduce the not-so-good, generally, and later each hazardous attitude in particular.

During decision-making training, hazardous attitude(s) manifest themselves in actions. And when one appears it is usually displayed regularly. An instructor can identify the attitude and often remediate it. Sometimes, however, a hazardous attitude borders on pathology and cannot be easily remedied.

When we look at each of the hazardous attitudes the reader will admit that at times each has been exercised. That's normal. What is dangerous is when such attitude(s) dominate thinking and action.

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These and future posts will explore:

relationship of knowledge, skill, judgment;
the judgment process;
the three subject areas;
the five hazardous attitudes;
elements of the poor judgment chain;
the two mental processes in decision making;
the six action ways;
the I'M-SAFE personal assessment;
the benefits and risks of stress;
stand-your-ground and protected perimeter;
role of verbal command;
learning defined;
the four levels of learning;
building-block method of instruction;
role of student and instructor;
lesson planning;
definition of instructional knowledge.
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Using your firearm in defense is 20% skill
and 80% emergency decision-making.

You build skill at a live-fire range.
You experience emergency decision-making here.