Steely Publishing has just put out a new Kindle eBook: "Bar-Fights, Bouncers and Bullshit!"
This book is filled with ideas, concepts and strategies to help you better handle yourself when you're out and about in "Guy World." Using these simple, effective techniques can go a long way towards keeping you safer, happier and – let's face it – healthier. I hope you'll remember these concepts when faced with danger, and that you will learn how to avoid problems so consistently that you'll wonder why you ever felt any fear, ever.
Being tougher than the other guy isn't about permanently changing your personality. You're still you, only more effective. Knowing how to handle yourself gives you the confidence to deal with a potentially dangerous situation. In fact, it's more about knowing how to recognize, and then avoid, those situations from the start. Being tougher is about tailoring an image and then projecting that image to make the most profound impact.
It's not only about building yourself up, but also has a lot to do with how you tear the other guy down. A few well-chosen words can take the fight right out of him. If he relents, you don't need to fight and, therefore, really don't need to be so tough after all.