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Adversity not only affects are mental, emotional, and physical lives, but also the bottom line, in lost productivity.

If you are alive and drawing breath, you will face adversity.  The key is to face adversity with fortitude.  Controlling and directing our thoughts are essential skills to increasing productivity and peak performance.

In his signature story, Christopher Bianez shares how his childhood dream to be a police officer and make the world a better place by getting rid of illegal drugs was shattered at the age of 12 when he discovered that his parents were drug addicts.  Six heart-breaking years followed including running away from home, jail, abuse, and several foster homes.

Despite these challenges, Christopher not only survived but thrived.  In high school he was an undefeated springboard diving champion and Southern California State Gymnastics Champion on the horizontal bar.   He graduated from college and in 1997 realized his childhood dream and became a police officer.  His full-time assignment with the department is safety education, providing individuals with the tools and strategies to increase the safety for their families, workplaces, neighborhoods and property.

Christopher was not satisfied in accomplishing his goal, but has since inspired hundreds of thousands of individuals to press forward through difficulties and challenges to accomplish their goals and to Face Adversity with Fortitude!

Audience members realize that they can move past negative experience and create a positive life.

Participates will learn:

  • They can move past negative experiences and create a positive life.
  • An important strategy to take control of their lives.
  • The key to Facing Adversity with Fortitude.


Workplace violence is a growing concern for employers and employees nationwide and is one of the leading causes of job-related deaths.  Each week in the United States, 18,000 workers are assaulted and 20 are murdered while on the job.  These alarming statistics should not be an accepted cost of doing business. 

Our Workplace Safety program will provide employers and employees with tools and strategies to increase their safety on the job immediately and for the rest of their careers.

Participates will learn:

  • Three crucial strategies to employ in the event of an active shooter.
  • What constitutes stalking and workplace violence.
  • Who is vulnerable?
  • What employers can do to help protect their employees?
  • How employees can protect themselves?
  • Various aspects of crime prevention and physical security measures that can help detect, deter, delay and/or deny Workplace Violence.
  • Explain and discuss what employers should do following an incident of workplace violence?


The thought of a bank robbery can strike fear into bank employees and can affect employee retention. Panic is what people do in a crisis situation without training. As a law enforcement officer, Christopher Bianez has spent his career training for and managing crisis.

Following this training, bank employees report feeling more empowered and confident in their knowledge of how to handle and survive a robbery, should it ever occur. One employee reported, "Having a real police officer deliver this important message, is far more effective than watching the video each year!".

Participates will learn:

  • Safety strategies for opening
  • Safety strategies for closing
  • How to "harden" the target
  • Four crucial steps to follow in the event of a robbery


Did you know that there are certain attributes criminals look for in their next victims? This course will inform you how to avoid dangerous situations, and how to be a less-attractive target.

Participates will learn:

  • How to tell the difference between a decent human being and a dangerous criminal.
  • Three crucial safety rules.
  • Three safety strategies to greatly reduce the odds that a criminal will select you to be his next victim.


In the United States, burglary offenses cost victims an estimated $4.3 billion in lost property, with an average dollar loss per burglary offense at $1,991. Burglary alarms are good, but they are not enough. A burglar alarm does not keep someone out; it just notifies you when your security has been breeched. This seminar provides you with specific, cost-effective, things to do to make your residence more burglar-resistant.

Participants will learn:

  • Three key strategies to increase their property safety
  • The first rule in crime prevention to keep yourself safe
  • How to reinforce the doors to resist forced entry
  • How to reinforce the windows to resist forced entry
  • Safety precautions to take to prevent someone from walking into your residence with no forced entry
  • How to increase the chance of recovering your property in the event it is stolen


The Federal Trade Commission estimates that as many as 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year. Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personally identifying information, like your name, Social Security number, or credit card number, without your permission, to commit fraud or other crimes.

Participants will learn:

  • How thieves steal your identity?
  • What thieves do with a stolen identity?
  • How you find out if your identity was stolen?
  • What you should do if your identity is stolen?
  • How to help prevent being a victim of identity theft


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Christopher Bianez is passionate about helping individuals increase their safety for their families.

Contact Info
Christopher Bianez
P.O. Box 863655
Plano, TX 75086
T: 972-951-3339
F: 866-294-7874
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