I had a lot of fun doing podcasts, and I was sad to have to make the choice to stop but I just did not have the time do a weekly show. Things have calmed down a little, and I am thinking about starting doing podcasts again.
My favorite part about these podcasts was interacting with the guests. I had the privilege of interviewing some of the best names in the prepping community. I also got to be a guest on some really great shows myself.
While I may not be currently podcasting, the shows are archived so that you can still listen to the older shows. That way you can still learn from the awesome guests.
Defensive mindset is the key to preparedness, all the gear and training in the world won’t help you if YOU won’t help you.
In my experience, there are three basic kinds of people. Wolves (a.k.a. the bad guys) are the first kind. They are the human predators, the ones that prey on the weak. The Sheeple (sheep + people) are individuals that believe it is society’s duty to protect them. These people blindly submit, even if it means death because they cannot bring themselves to use force. Continue reading “Defensive Mindset”→
Personal preparedness means different things depending on who you are and what your situation is.
To an inhabitant of the Florida Keys, preparedness means having items to outlast a hurricane.
To a city dweller, preparedness might be having a can of mace in her purse. To a survivalist, preparedness might mean having a semi trailer loaded with M14 rifles buried in the back yard. Depending on the situation, any of these definitions might be appropriate. Continue reading “Preparedness Priorities”→
Preparedness is about making small sacrifices in normal times so that you do not have to make huge sacrifices in times of scarcity (at least in this host’s mind) – its not just about buying beans, bullets, and bandages – it’s also about learning, training, and building capability.