How Do I Become A Bodyguard

How do I become a bodyguard: By Doc Rogers

Thinking about making a transition from your present job into the bodyguard industry? This article gives 10 very good reasons to turn your career transition thoughts into reality.

1. Ability to help others. As a bodyguard you keep your clients out of harm’s way and give them the confidence they need to achieve their business and personal goals safely.

2. Continuously learning. As a professional bodyguard you will be continuously obtaining special knowledge (expertise) from your formal training, on-the-job training and independent study (often at your own cost). You should never stop learning the trade.

3. Appreciation for different cultures.  You will gain an understanding of the world we live and work in, so you can better protect your clients. As a bodyguard you will learn about the cultures and the traditions of the countries you will be operating in as well as the respect for it’s people.

4. Decent salary. Bodyguarding is a labor intensive profession. Charge your clients accordingly. You want to avoid having your fees to low or to high. Provide the best quality service at the best price, at a happy medium. As a bodyguard you won’t starve, but you won’t become a millionaire either.

5. Bodyguarding is a rewarding profession. Bodyguards have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of their clients. Bodyguards are not only rewarded with money, but also the feeling of fulfillment in keeping their clients safe.


6. Career security. Even with a weak economy bodyguards are still needed worldwide. Bodyguards rarely take pay-cuts; our salaries stay stable even in these tough economic times.

7. Job mobility.  Bodyguards can move to any part of the world and conduct business.  Bodyguarding is an excellent mobile trade you can do anywhere in the world and there’s a big world out there with lots of opportunities.

8. Prestige and respectability. The respect accorded to trained bodyguards rivals that of law enforcement and the military. Bodyguarding is considered a noblest profession, according to folklore it’s the fifth oldest profession in the world.

9. Client versatility. You have a choice of working with high powered business executives, politicians, superstar athletes, famous entertainers and celebrities, as well as everyday individuals who are under threat.

10. Life long friendships. Bodyguards develop life long friendships with other professionals throughout the world. Some of these friends will become your second family while on the road. This is one of the greatest aspects of the job. Always keep safe and God speed.

Doc Rogers is the author of Corporate Executive Protection – A Manual for Inspiring Corporate Bodyguards and president and CEO of International Corporate Executive Protection Ltd. Doc has earned a Ph.D. in Security Administration from Southwest University and he is SE Asia’s leading expert on executive protection and corporate security. To learn how to make a full time living as a corporate bodyguard visit the websites below for more information.

http://www.trafford.com/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?Book=182707

http://www.amazon.com/Corporate-Executive-Protection-Inspiring-Bodyguards/dp/1425135927

http://international-corporate-executive-protection.com/order.asp

  • walbert santiago

    how do become a bodyguard

  • James Landers

    how I became a bodyguard!!
    I worked for alot of on call security companies in orlando florida and met alot of good people
    work as an armed guard, show up early ( 30 min. or an hour early ) everyday and be professional. treat everyony fairly and ask the company when you are filling out the ap if they ever send people out of town. above all enjoy your job. if you can’t enjoy yourself you are with the wrong company or in the wrong job. be happy

  • Matthew Floyd

    I want to become a bodyguard and have a few questions…..
    What age can you tryout for becoming a bodyguard? I’m 19 right now but going to school right now.
    What do you need to become a bodyguard?
    Where is a bodyguard “school”?

    I would like to know as soon as possible, so when I get out of school I can get started right away.