WriterDojo S2 Ep23: Lessons From the Gun Range

Downtime is an excellent time to ponder things. Some people fish to relax, some play golf- some subject themselves to hot weather and grueling training to become more effective shooters. This week hosts/authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia discuss a recent gun training event they attended and share their insights in regards to both writing and in life. 

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7 thoughts on “WriterDojo S2 Ep23: Lessons From the Gun Range”

  1. Okay, now I have to look up “gun punching.”

    As a psychologist, y’all are making me jealous that I couldn’t be there for the material on how real-life villains think and act.

  2. I like how this episode started on “how to understand a thing you write about” but ended up really feeling more about the psychology of success, improvement, and dealing with failure. Good job Larry and Steve.

  3. Felt Steve hard on this one. I got involved in a giant IT engineering thing about five years ago. Knew literally nothing about anything and was only there on a fluke because I’m good at math (like theory based math where you prove limits exist and other useless stuff like that). Would sweat and google every night and hope no one spoke to me the next day. Tried pouring every YouTube tutorial, podcast, or whatever directly on my frontal lobes. I was so initially useless Managing Directors sent emails asking why I was even there. Made me question my entire life and if I’d ever be good enough. Except I’d just gotten engaged and needed the career boost. Just embraced the suck every day. I am now the equivalent of my boss’ boss’ boss in that role. Google as a tool is amazing.

  4. This summer I will be going for the first time in my life to an in-depth firearms training event that will last a full week. My firearms knowledge has been limited to tips from long time hunters, policemen and ex-military folks, whatever I could find to read that I believed might be helpful and truthful, and my own practice.
    I hope the training proves to be fruitful. I’m sure it will be a memorable experience.

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