Private Investigator Self Improvement during Coronavirus

Private Investigator Self Improvement during Coronavirus

Private Investigator Self Improvement during CoronavirusINTERMOUNTAIN PI | 4/7/2020 PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR SELF IMPROVEMENT DURING CORONAVIRUS

For eight months during World War II, the Nazi’s conducted an unrelenting bombing strike on London.  The Blitz, as these nightly bombings were called, killed an estimated 40,000 to 43,000 civilians. Hitler’s strategy was to break the will of the British people.  However, he didn’t count on the famous stiff upper lip of the Brits; that famous fortitude and stoicism.  In the final analysis, Hitler’s strategy failed.  

With this in mind, you and I are facing a similar threat.  As of the date of this post, Coronavirus has killed more than the Blitz did in 1940.  Notably, the economy is suffering.  Perhaps your work has slowed considerably.  For this reason, you may have extra time to focus on private investigator self improvement during Coronavirus. Consider the following suggestions: 

PODCASTS

First, there are some incredible private investigator podcasts available. Private Investigator Self Improvement during CoronavirusFor example, PI Magazine The Podcast; my friend Matt Spaier’s podcast, PI Perspectives; and PI’s Declassified!  Additionally, The Covert Investigator; Catherine Townsend’s podcast, Hell and Gone; and my friend John A. Hoda’s podcast, My Favorite Detective Stories.  

Finally, my friend (I have a lot of friends) Hal Humphreys’ two podcasts, The Sound of Pursuit and Taking the P.I.S – Profane. Irreverent. Snarky.  Moreover, while not hosted by private investigators, FBI Retired Case File Review; Small Town Dicks, and Jensen and Holes: The Murder Squad are all excellent.  Regardless of your level of experience, you’ll learn something from each of these podcasts.

BLOGS

Next, you can learn something from private investigator blogs; the less attractive stepchild of podcasts.  For instance, Brian Willingham’s Diligentia Group Blog; Mile Hi PI Blog, and Mike Spencer’s blog.  Furthermore, Guns, Gams & Gumshoes as well as Kusic and Kusic.  Lastly, PI Buzz.  

BOOKS AND AUDIO BOOKS

Before podcasts and blogs people actually read books.  In fact, they still do.  Mostly. However, now there’s audio books.  Audible offers an amazing section of business books.  You can also learn from the life of other private investigators.  Notably, Jay J. Armes Investigator; The Setup by Peter Crooks, and Prophet’s Prey by Utah private Investigator Sam Brower.

WEBINARS AND ON-LINE TRAINING COURSES

Of course, this is also the perfect time for webinars and on-line training courses.  By all means, check out PI Education from the folks at Pursuit Magazine.  They offer great courses at reasonable prices.  Cynthia Hetherington’s company offers advanced training and webinars for private investigators.  Finally, PInow has a list of all secondary institutions with private investigator training programs.  Likewise, private investigator self improvement during coronavirus extends to magazines and websites.

MAGAZINES, EZINES AND WEBSITES

Similarly, the top three private investigator periodicals offer a wealth of knowledge. Indeed, you should be subscribing to PI Magazine and checking the other two, namely Pursuit Magazine and PInow.com monthly. 

NEWSGROUPS

Equally important are the numerous email newsgroups on LinkedIn and Facebook. They cover every private investigator topic imaginable.  As an illustration, PInow PI Community; Private Investigator, and the Private Investigator and Security Group.  Late last year Yahoo discontinued Yahoo Groups.  Many of the Yahoo Groups migrated to either LinkedIn or Facebook.  

By the way, this is my third post about working during Coronavirus.  First, I posted about business continuity.  Second, I posted about private investigator tools.  Finally, this pandemic will be over soon.  Keep the faith.  

Until next time, this is Private Investigator Scott Fulmer reminding you the game…is afoot


Private Investigator Scott FulmerScott Fulmer is a 30-year veteran private investigator, author, speaker and the principal at Intermountain PI, the leading private investigation firm throughout the Intermountain West.  Intermountain PI provideConfessions of a Private Eye Insurance Claims Defense, Criminal Defense and Domestic Investigations throughout the Intermountain West region. In addition, he is author of the acclaimed true crime memoir, Confessions of a Private Eye available on Amazon.

Furthermore, he is a member of PIAU and a decorated combat veteran of the Gulf War. Scott served with the famous 2nd Armored Division (Hell on Wheels). Afterwards he earned a degree in criminal justice from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Scott lives somewhere in the Rocky Mountains near the Crossroads of the West in historic Salt Lake City.  He is available to speak to your group or conference, as well as media appearances, book readings and signings.  You may contact him at media@Intermountainpi.com.

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