When it comes to being able to recognize violent people or criminals, saying that you are looking for “threats” isn’t a good enough definition. Being able to explain, very specifically, what will make someone stand out from the baseline and being able to recognize those behaviors is the mark of a true professional and someone on the path to mastery.
Additions to the video:
- Download the cluster cards mentioned in the video to see a list of the indicators that make up each assessment. You can find them here.
- Take a look at the book Mastery, by Robert Greene in Amazon by clicking here.
- One note: One question that we often receive is why are we looking for only high intensity cues during the hasty search when it comes to recognizing the anomaly. The answer to this question that areas will often have people displaying dominance, submissiveness, discomfort, and comfort in order to accomplish their goal and fulfill their need for being in the area. As the goal of the hasty search is to simply identify if there is anyone who poses a risk before going into a more detailed search, we begin the process by searching for high intensity displays, and will focus on more subtle displays during the deliberate search.