eBook By Tec Clark
Over a 30-year career as a scuba diving professional, I felt compelled to write about the top mistakes I repeatedly see divers doing – and most importantly, how divers can prevent these mistakes from happening. In this eBook Ten Mistakes Divers Make and How to Prevent Them, I point out not only the problems, but also the many reasons they are problems. This way you’ll have a greater understanding of what and how things can be problematic in diving to be of help to yourself as well as your dive buddies.
This eBook is a digital PDF with 40 pages of valuable content. Simply click the link below to purchase and the download link will be sent to you immediately. Take this step in gaining more knowledge to become a more competent, comfortable, and confident diver. Enjoy!
Here are what divers and pro’s are saying:
“10 Mistakes Divers Make and How To Prevent Them is a book that covers the common mistakes made by divers while giving great advice for every beginning and experienced diver out there. Over my 40 plus years of diving I’ve seen everyone of these 10 mistakes made by divers. What I like most about the book is that Tec not only identifies the problem but outlines the prevention and gives you a “Tec’s Tip” to prevent or learn more about to the issue. This is years of knowledge in a well put together short read. I’ve seen a few divers who could have prevented a lot of frustration and stress if they had only had this book read. I give it two thumbs and two fins up!!! Great job Tec and thanks for putting this together.”
– Captain Gary Mace, Conch Republic Divers
“This book provides valuable and easy to understand advice to all divers and all who are just learning to become divers. Mr. Clark focuses on skills and tips that will help every diver become a better and more relaxed, safer diver. For continuing education I highly recommend this book.”
– Dan Marelli, Ph.D., Scientific Diving International
“A quick must-read for the newbie and excellent nuggets of diving knowledge for everyone else! Two big fins up!”
– Greg Holt, Host/producer of ScubaRadio
“As a 30-plus-year diver, I learned several new things – things I wish other divers on my boat knew. Easy to read in a joyful, explorer’s tone common to enthusiastic divers, it is easy to immediately benefit from the author’s extensive experience. 10 Mistakes Divers Make will not only make your next dive more enjoyable, it will make you a safer diver. I find it well worth passing on to my dive buddy. And I have.”
– M. Cory Imboden, Physicist, diver and co-author of The Diver’s Devotional: Deeper in 40 Days
“Despite Tec’s vast knowledge and expertise of all things SCUBA he has captured the dangers and pitfalls in diving in simple language the essentials for new and seasoned divers. This book is not only a practical help but gives great information and many helpful links for any skill level of diver.”
– Paul Hudson, Pastor of oneChurch, Conway, AR and co-author of The Diver’s Devotional: Deeper in 40 Days
“Any person would be well-served to read this book and follow the advice of this long time dive industry expert.”
– Mark Flory, NAUI #50371 Truediveteam.org
“As a Charter Dive Boat Captain, I hope that my divers have read 10 Mistakes Divers Make and How to Prevent Them from Occurring. It offers very helpful ‘real world’ information.”
– Capt. Bill Cole, President Sea Experience Inc.
“Tec brings a common sense approach to addressing the problems divers at all levels, including technical and leadership, make. As a cave and technical instructor living in ‘Cave Country,’ I regularly see divers making and repeating these mistakes, over and over again. I believe the section on Mistake #8 should be mandatory reading for those engaged in technical diving.”
– Ken Sallot, Divegainesville.org
“For more than 25 years I have been watching Tec Clark’s tireless enthusiasm in support of those seeking to explore the underwater world. His passion and expertise are an inspiration to diver’s around the world. His latest contribution provides practical and useful guidance for divers looking to get the most out of their diving activity.”
– Jarrod Jablonski, CEO Halcyon Manufacturing, Global Underwater Explorers, Extreme Exposure