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Daylight Savings Time Safety: Personal Safety Trainer Offers 5 Tips To Be Safer With Less Daylight
Daylight savings time brings extra hours of darkness as well as predators who take advantage of the protection and distraction the cover of darkness provides. Discover 5 tips to keep you and your loved ones safer with fewer daylight hours.
By: Kelly Rudolph, SURVIVE! Self-Defense LLc
This time of year, we find our daylight hours limited but still following the same schedule we had before darkness arrived so early. This puts us in danger!
According to “Your Personal Safety Trainer” Kelly Rudolph, preventing an attack is MUCH easier than spending the rest of your life recovering from one. And with just a few simple safety habits, we can greatly reduce our vulnerability and take control of our personal safety during these extra hours of darkness.
Rudolph offers 5 tips:
1) If you work all day, use lunch hour or weekend daylight for errands and workouts.
2) Keep your blinds/drapes closed during hours of darkness.
3) Repel attackers with confident body language and awareness of your surroundings.
4) Maintain your vehicles tires, lights, oil, antifreeze, etc. to avoid becoming stranded.
5) Remove yourself from situations that give you a bad gut feeling.
Rudolph, CEO of SURVIVE! Self-Defense LLC, author, speaker, Workplace Violence Prevention Specialist and creator of http://www.PersonalSafetyGame.com claims that most attacks can be easily prevented by understanding of the attacker mindset.
“One of your tips saved my life tonight! The safety habits I’ve built, thanks to your training, have helped me to replace my previous fears with awareness and confidence.”
Rudolph offers a downloadable guide and audio entitled, “Personal Safety Game” at http://www.PersonalSafetyGame.com which provides even more simple safety tips.
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As "Your Personal Safety Trainer" and CEO of SURVIVE! Self-Defense since 1999, Kelly Rudolph trains men, women, teens and kids how to avoid verbal, mental, emotional and physical attack while improving self-esteem, communication and relationships.