Golden Rules of Close Protection #1 Be Humble
I don't care how high speed you are or what you did in whatever branch you served or under whomever you studied martial arts. I care that the guy on my team is humble and able to work on my team as a team member. I have met a lot of tactical shooters that were complete nightmares on a team and they didn't last long. No one taught them to be humble. No one taught them that this isn't the military and that you're now working in the civilian world. The rules are different here.There is always going to be a guy better than you at something or did more things than you did in life. So, what? Be a nice person and don't put other people down professionally or try to show off.