Sealed Mindset: Online Personal Safety Education's Adventure Story and Skills Based on Navy SEAL Mindset Changes the Way the World is Seen

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Retired Navy SEAL develops ground-breaking online personal safety course. The Sealed Mindset program uses interactive stories, virtual exercises, video, and the practical integration of skills into a person's daily life to teach how to observe, assess, and avoid physical confrontation. This program delivers all of the knowledge necessary to help someone to take control of personal safety from the comfort of a home environment at one's own pace.

What enables SEALs to perform modern-day miracles is the foundation of mindset that these warriors develop over years of training and experience.

After the story of U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell as the "Lone Survivor," and the U.S. Navy SEALs who saved Capt. Richard Phillips from the Somali pirates, the United States has become fascinated with what sets these men apart.

Lt. Lawrence J. Yatch II, a retired Navy SEAL, is celebrated in Dick Couch's Down Range novel for his tactical method that revolutionized the process of breaking into pirate smuggling vessels.

According to Lt. Yatch: "What enables SEALs to perform modern-day miracles is the foundation of mindset that these warriors develop over years of training and experience." Lt. Yatch believes that much of this mindset is applicable to each person who seeks to take an active role in his or her personal safety.

After being injured overseas, Lt. Yatch decided to give back to the everyday man or woman who wanted to take an active role in his or her safety, so he pulled together a team of male and female security and safety experts to create the Sealed Mindset online education.

What does Sealed Mindset offer in its 15 Seconds to Safety online course?

15 Seconds to Safety is a 10-lesson block (15 to 20 hours of self-paced online instruction) that teaches men and women a systematic approach to be more aware, to observe, assess and avoid confrontations in daily life.

Whose concerns does Sealed Mindset address?

At some point in each person's life, that person may feel insecure, nervous, anxious or alarmed. A man or woman may feel poorly prepared to take control of his or her own safety and the safety of a family, especially in this economic climate. Sometimes it is easier to ignore what makes human beings uneasy, but that does not solve the basic human concern for a more secure life. This program explores how to address your unnecessary fear.

How is Sealed Mindset different from a self-defense class?

Sealed Mindset is a web-based program that can be accessed from home. It uses interactive stories, virtual exercises, video clips, and the practical integration of specific skills to enable a man or woman to take control of his or her own safety and the safety of a family. After completing this education, each individual will have the knowledge, confidence, skill and the mindset to become safer across a variety of situations.

Learn with Navy SEAL Scott Yarrow as he teaches Kate Morgan how to develop the confidence, the mindset, and the knowledge to be safer each day. Men learn to develop the combat awareness of a Navy SEAL and Women learn how to avoid threats in their daily life.

For further information on Sealed Mindset and for a Free Lesson, visit: http://www.sealedmindset.com.

If you would like more information about this online safety education, or to schedule an interview with Sealed Mindset's CEO, Lt. Lawrence J. Yatch II U.S. Navy (Ret.), please call Anne Yatch at 619.819.7579, ext. 2.

Sealed Mindset was founded in 2008 by a retired U.S. Navy SEAL, who after being injured overseas, decided to pull together a team of experts to create a dynamic e-learning platform that gives men and women the knowledge to take control of their personal safety.

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