Be safe, score a hundred

Knowing what to do, when to do it, where the “quick sand” is hiding and the results to be obtained make people “able” to face roles and tasks in a better way.

Be your own miracle

This is a good clip to be used as best as you believe, or to conclude your training. It is a message to teach people to see to their own responsibilities.

Observing saves lives

The scene offers support to the theoretical explanation of “calibration”, or rather, the art of observing carefully. Just as Lancelot moves deftly missing the blows of his opponent, so an excellent communicator, before a debate, needs to study his adversary.

Try to understand first

In the scene, the policeman describe the thug’s perspective better than he would do so himself. The pacing is an acknowledgment of his experience. I recommend that you watch the other clips pertaining to this.