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This is one of two of the most important skills Emerson said he learned during his time serving as a Navy SEAL. “You have to do more than just read this article,” he explained. “You have to implement thoughts and skills of survival into your daily routine, make it a habit so that when crisis strikes you act out what you have already put in place. Ultimately decreasing exposure to the threat and increasing survivability.”