Our Mission

To provide individuals and organizations with training solutions that develop:

  • Focus and concentration
  • Situational awareness
  • Sound and ethical decision making
  • Calm under stress
  • Communication skills
  • Resilience and
  • An overall sense of well-being

Training Philosophy

TTC approaches training of the mind and brain like physical fitness. Just like daily, systematic physical exercise improves the infrastructure of the body, TTC daily mental conditioning training improves the infrastructure of the mind and brain.

This is accomplished by developing focus, calmness, and awareness through evidence-based meditation training, and the practical application of pragmatic, stoic-based principals and strategies. This leads to improved performance in every aspect of your personal and professional life.


Takeda Training Concepts was started by Jeff Takeda, a former United States Marine and a 20-year-veteran of law enforcement. His assignments have included patrol officer, field training officer, SWAT team member, and major crimes detective investigating child abuse, child sexual exploitation material, and human trafficking. Jeff is a trained mindfulness facilitator through the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center and a member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association. He co-founded a mindfulness program at his police department.

In addition, Jeff has taught TTC programs to physicians, military veterans, and executive protection professionals.


MENT-CON: Mental Conditioning Training

Can we develop and train our minds to be focused and steady under the stress of conflict?  To be resilient, and even content during difficult times?

We can with MENT-CON, Mental Conditioning Training.

In this course we examine the nature of conflict and how the ability to be agile and adaptive in our thinking is critical.

  • We can increase our mental capacity for successful conflict resolution (including without the use of physical force) by training the mind with scientifically proven techniques for developing:
    · Mental focus and concentration
    · Situational awareness, both internal (including implicit and unconscious bias) and external.
    · Calm during times of physical and mental stress.
    . Emotional regulation.
    · The ability to make sound and timely decision under stress. MENT-CON Training is available in multiple formats to suit individual and organizational needs:
    Online “Introduction To MENTCON” course now available exclusively through Covered Six.
    Schedule a course for your agency or organization.


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