Brian Marren Vice President of Operations at Arcadia Cognerati

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5Paragraph.com - Michael J. Penney host of the "5P Podcast" interviews Brian Marren Vice President of Operations at Arcadia Cognerati. “Arcadia Cognerati is a small, agile team of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis experts who believe that risk should be mitigated, not managed.

We are a service provider specializing in assessing, developing, and conducting training and education to address urgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments on the planet.”

https://arcadiacognerati.com/

Brian Marren - As a child, I was always fascinated by human behavior. This curiosity eventually led me down the path of studying the art and science of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis.

I have spent the last 16 years conducting real-world and training operations all over the United States, the Middle East, and both Central and East Asia as a Marine Sniper, High Threat Protection professional, and Human Behavior Subject Matter Expert. I have worked with Tier 1 military units, Fortune 500 companies, schools, hospitals, and churches, as well as local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. During this time I have learned a valuable lesson in life: When it comes to behavior, people are the same all over the world! All human beings set patterns.

These patterns are detectable, measurable, and therefore predictable. Recognizing, understanding, and properly analyzing those human behavior patterns using a scientific lexicon gives you the ability to predict likely outcomes.

Having the ability to predict likely behavior or likely outcomes of a situation will allow you to MITIGATE or completely PREVENT a catastrophic, dangerous, or unwanted event from occurring. My goal is to PREVENT tragedy by training people to be SMARTER, STRONGER, FASTER and harder to VICTIMIZE!

Connect with him on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-marren/

 

 

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