What We Can Learn From the Waffle House Hero

What We Can Learn From the Waffle House Hero

April 25, 2018 guest post 0
This article comes from Andy Murphy over at www.thesecuredad.com. (link below)

I have been married for 10 years and a dad for five. My professional and life experience includes writing, marketing and videography. I love having a family. It has truly been a great blessing in my life. They mean the world to me. While my advice is based on proven methods and study I am not a member of the military or in law enforcement. I’m simply a dad who knows how observe his surroundings and act accordingly. I am passionate about family safety.

I’ve always been the guy who can’t sit with his back to the door but on April 20th 1999 the shooting at Columbine High School was a wake up call for me. While I was thousands of miles away, that day I learned that my safety was my own responsibility. Since then I’ve developed situational awareness and a secure mindset. This has kept me safe on numerous occasions. Since the day I became a dad my need for security increased and heart grew tenfold. Being responsible for more than just my own well being is a big responsibility and one that I take very seriously. I want to share my experience and observations with other parents so they can lead happy, secure lives.

 Andy will also be joining us on the I AM Liberty Show to round out our series on school shootings with his thoughts on school security. Mark your calendars for May 23! Follow the link below to get the full story on the Waffle House Hero.

 

 

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