Do others complain that you’re too noisy? Do you and your spouse have opposite work schedules so that one has to sleep while the other is awake? Do you have an infant or sick family member at home that needs their rest? Perhaps you like to get up early and start your day’s activities while the rest of the family is still in bed. Whatever your need for being quiet may be, Resident Stealth Volume 1 will put you on a path to becoming the quietest person in your home, and when mastered, will allow you to employ your stealth tactics no matter where you find yourself needing them.
Dale Verseput delivers instruction in stealthy conduct at a level most have never considered. Through insight and observation from his personal journey in mastering quiet behavior, Resident Stealth is a witty and lighthearted foray into what can be a serious and necessary discipline for many today. Beyond the benefit of maintaining peace in the home, Dale outlines the need for proficiency in individual stealth as a prerequisite for personal safety. Particularly in our age of home invasions, random abductions, and the like.
Captivate loved ones and astound friends with your ability to accomplish tasks while causing virtually no auditory disruption. Learn to move about with ease and confidence under the cover of darkness. This inaugural edition is a breakthrough work in developing a methodology and competency in the newly revealed field of personal stealth.
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Dale Verseput (1969 – ) was born in Upland, California, to a strong Dutch heritage, grew up in Southern California, and has lived in numerous locales in the West and Midwest, settling in Charlotte, NC in 2015. For forty years he has honed his craft of mastering quiet behavior. His first book, “Resident Stealth”, has yet to win any formal literary acclaim, but as Dale says “It takes time. Remember, Steve Jobs began his craft in a garage.” Dale’s personal interests include all manner of outdoor activities, Christian faith and apologetics, and travel.