01 Jan 2017
January 1, 2017

2017…Now What?

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It’s a new year! I hope 2016 was as good to you as it was to me. This year my family was blessed in many ways, I had many lifechanging events and I made many new friends and connections. So now what? Well, for me and Core Security Consulting LLC, it’s a year of promise. I have many new and prominent clients and even more promising ones but it’s not just about that. To me growth is personal and professional. As a father, Federal Agent, CEO and Lead Instructor, I believe, one must always be seeking to improve themselves personally and professionally. Professionally, In 2017, I will be committing to enhancing my own skillset as well as providing better, and more specialized services to my clients. Its also a great time to refocus on what’s important and what’s not. That will apply both personally and professionally.

My youth program, Miles Dei, in the business of transforming young men into warriors for God, will see its own transformation! Bringing new instructors in and making it a one week camp rather than a sixteen-week program. This program has been near and dear to my heart from the very first time I was provided this vision and it’s time to take it to the next level. Very exciting!

This is clearly not a typical informational or educational post for me but rather a question for you. What are your goals for 2017? I can’t wait to hear them!

 

Joe is the CEO and Lead Instructor for Core Security Consulting LLC. 

Joe’s experience in Federal Law Enforcement and Counter Terrorism spans over 26 years. 

He has worked operationally all over the United States and on three continents. 

This operational experience, along with his training background

has provided Joe a perspective of what works and what does not.

Joe Core Security Consulting

http://www.coresecuritymn.com

http://www.milesdei.com

 

 

2 Responses to 2017…Now What?
  1. This is awesome. Have you ever done self defense training with girls school sports teams? I just keep thinking about a perfect extension of having a focused group of girls( or guys), even for one session, to increase their readiness for a response to a threat. Thanks for all you do. J


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