For my brothers and sisters working as security guards, my fellow private investigators and even my DIY home security camera friends, this week’s tip will help you effectively move even the most stubborn trespassers, drunks and crackheads off your property using the remote intercom on your security cameras!
The trick is to use the magic phrase, “You can’t do that here.”
The video explains in detail why these words so effective, but you won’t fully appreciate their power until you try then for yourself!
I recently discovered some people are taking my free training I post here, and are packaging it up and selling it as Private Investigator education online!
Don’t pay for free training!
Look, pay for training if payment is required by the course creator. I mean, and I don’t think you would, but don’t torrent, pirate or steal paid training. Let the creator get his or her part for the work they’ve done to learn, practice and then teach these skills.
But, if the training is put out there for free, don’t get ripped-off by someone’s scam of selling what is supposed to be a free gift to you!
Bonus Tip this week: Don’t ‘google’ yourself!
If you do, you will find all kinds of haters and trolls out there.
But, if you do find the troll comments, ignore them.
Remember: Hurt people hurt people. I mean, they’ve got their own brokenness and problems and they’re just trying to take it out on someone else rather than working to make themselves better.
Ignore the haters and continue to work on making yourself the best version of you that you can be!
Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye, P.I.
P.S. – Want more solid info like this? Then don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it right here…
People are going to lose their minds thinking I’m trying to tell them about everyday carry by falsely thinking I’m talking about firearms, but I am strictly speaking here about EDC pocket knives for private investigators who may find themselves at elevated risk for physical conflict.
Here’s my thinking… I like to carry a pretty small pocket knife because if I’m in a fight, I don’t want to have anything on me that could be mistaken for a weapon when the cops show up.
I have two small pocket knives I like and I show them in the video, but they are certainly small by any measure.
And I do carry them strictly for utility purposes. Not as weapons. And only one at a time.
One of them is a “single hand opener” which I like a lot and the other is slightly smaller an is more of a classic “pen knife”. Note: Not “disguised” as a pen but what we uses to simply call pen knives.
I do have other knives I carry for specific purposes like camping or fishing and (of course!) they are larger knives, but I don’t carry them everyday.
This whole topic is really a huge “common sense” thing, but I wanted you to know my thoughts in case they can inform your decision on your EDC pocket knife.
And always remember: Do the right thing even if its the hard thing.
Committed to your success and safety,
Larry Kaye, P.I.
P.S. – Also, don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it right here…
P.P.S. – When you watch the video you’ll see the one hand opener I carry is very, very worn. I bought it new over twenty years ago and have carried it so much almost all the “rubberized” grip has worn off.