MAN STUFF: Be the Hunter, Not the Fighter

Published on June 5, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-06-05 at 10.20.23 AMWhen considering security issues one can simply not keep a fighter mindset. Adopting a hunter attitude is more effective.  The hunter does not take unnecessary risks, importantly; he won’t even take a shot that may not bring certain results. While the fighter will have all his focus on his adversary moves and attitude, the hunter also will take in other parameters such as terrain, wind, and, importantly, the presence of dangers other than his intended target.  In African Buffalo territory for instance one can see how the hunter will tread lightly, not only the African Buffalo has killed a few hunters, but the hunter is not the only predator around.

The meaning of haste is not lost on any hunter if for whatever reason the herd is moving in his direction; there is nothing wrong into putting safety first.  It is not cowardice to avoid unnecessary risks.  I have much trouble convincing people about the invincibility of the swarm, but there is no need to explain the invincibility of the buffalo herd to the hunter.  Not challenging larger, stronger or more numerous opponents is the only smart choice.

A hunter will easily leave without taking a shot if all circumstances are not to his advantage.  When forced to run for safety a hunter will never lose a second to shoot at one of the things running after him; there is nothing personal in the law of the jungle.  We should keep this in mind when considering security in our modern jungles. Outwitting the opponents is more important than defeating them.

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estebePatrick Estebe offers an unconventional approach to security issues. He has created a Multidimensional Security System based on insight and creativity, which allows him to organize individuals and teams capable of handling a wide range of acute situations. These situations include crucial VIP security, critical defense of airports, seaports and megayachts.

As a Captain in the French Marines then Inspector in the Intelligence Service (in charge of counter-terrorism units), Patrick Estebe had the opportunity to experience the power and limitations of a linear approach to security.

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