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The title of this audiobook, Can I See Your Hands, refers to one of the key outcomes of this audiobook - being able to tell whether or not people want to cause us harm. To put it very simply, if you can see someone's hands and they are not concealing them, holding a weapon or positioning to strike you, one's levels of trust and confidence can increase. This simple example can serve as a reminder to all of us in many of the complex moments we have to deal with, and difficult decisions we have to make, in everyday life.

©2017 Gavriel Schneider (P)2019 Tantor

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Awesome

Great exploration of recognizing danger and maintaining situational awareness. Highly recommended companion to Gift of Fear .

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Can I see your hands

The book had a lot of useful information how ever I think this one should be read not listened to.

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Well thought and extremely helpful.

Enjoyed the book and the information strsight to the point. By the end of the book, I became more aware to the things in my life that were a vulnerability, and how to make myself a harder target. Well done book.

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Great Knowledge for Self Protection.

Great information. The author definitely had done his research well. I recommend you listen to this book.

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All theoretical and no practical

Too academic. It's an outline of hiw to develop your ownal security process, without real world recommendations or opinions.

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Surprisingly good

I found this very interesting and consumable. I can switch off if a book isn't resonating with me and I was captivated through the entire book. I made a note to revisit this again in six months. While some of it may seem obvious.... when it is presented with anecdotal evidence I found it really enjoyable and relatable.

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Helps get you in the right mindset.

This puts you in the mindset of “I’m not going to be victimized.” The practices mentioned at simple and the presentation is easy to understand. Great listen and it’s quick.

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90% fluff

What a waste of time. The first part of the book tells you why you should buy a book like that. The middle part gives very general, 30,000 foot overview concepts repeated in different ways. The last part attempts to give you some tips but it is nothing that the average person does not know. However, if you are a person who does not know that you should not flash money around in a bad neighborhood attempting to get robbed so you can practice what it is like to be robbed, doesn’t know not to use easy passwords and doesn’t know not to let strangers look over your shoulder at the ATM then maybe you will get some thing out of the last hour of this book.

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  • 04-13-21

highly recommended

a very good informative read the writer has really done his research for this book

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  • 08-08-20

Live in the Yellow zone

The basic premise is be aware of your situation all the time when away from home. Even when on holiday. And why.
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Reminded me of a Pinkerton’s briefing I was given in Brazil. Always enlightening.

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  • 09-30-19

Well worth a read!!!

Great read. Heaps of useful and practical information. Well worth a read for anyone interested in better understanding situational awareness and personal safety.

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