Jul 20th, 2018
Our Special Guest for the Beast Mode Security Episode for Friday July 20,2018 is:
Reserve Police Officer Robert McGath of the Tulsa Police Dept. Officer McGath is a 5 year veteran of the Tulsa PD in an unpaid reserve capacity and an 8 year veteran of the United States Army where he served in the 159th Aviation Bn 18th Airborne Corps as an Airborne Paratrooper at Ft Bragg NC. He later served in 6th Signal Bn in Ft. Richardson, AK where he met his wife of 25 years Mary. Rob as he generally goes by enjoys multiple hobbies including shooting at the range, Competitive Jiu-Jitsu and a steady fitness regimen all of which help him stay prepared for the day to day rigors of the job.
6 Questions on Physical Security
- Rob tell us a little bit about yourself, your experience in law enforcement and the military.
- Why is it a requirement for business to a have a permit from the city to have a security/surveillance system?
- How do you feel about businesses allowing their employees to carry concealed weapons in the work place?
- How do you feel about the growing trend of school districts allowing teachers to carry concealed in the school?
- Do you have any advice for entrepreneurs/small business owners/folks at home to keep themselves safer or to make themselves safer in their day to day lives?
- Do you recommend buying a gun for someone who has never owned or shot a firearm before? If so, what sort of training would you recommend that they invest in to create a safe environment for themselves and their loved ones?
That means living life all out for what you love and believe in. Doing what you have to do and wanting to do it. Living life to the fullest. Being awesome because you are awesome. But mostly it's about having a confidence that is unshakable in everything you do. It's about knowing that no matter the situation you've got what it takes, even if secretly you're not sure. The world may be tough but when you are living a #beastmodelife you are tougher.
Let's all live a #beastmodelife. Everyone can join in so let's do it. See you down the road.