How To Face Worst Case Disasters

An interesting issue to be addressed when it comes to prepping is which places are to be avoided after SHTF.

Provided you’ve survived the initial “shock-wave”, you should concentrate your efforts on staying alive for a little bit longer, because, after all, there’s no fun in prepping and stockpiling gear and food and what not, if you’re not going to benefit from your efforts, right? It’s not about “he who dies with the biggest stockpile wins”, the trick is to stay alive, or at least to die last.

Click here to discover the number one lesson when SHTF

What Not To Do

There are many situations where you will need to get out of the building you are in as quickly as possible. If there is a fire, flood, or the building is struck by some kind of bomb, then you have to get out before the building collapses.

Once you are clear of the building, the worst thing you can do is stay out in the open, as a lot of bad things can happen…

No matter how much or little prepping you have done, the fact remains something can still catch you off guard at any time. If you are in a city, and need a place to hide, it is very easy to make a bad decision.

Click here to have a look at 10 places you might go to without thinking, and wind up with even more problems than you had before…

How To Act

Many people don’t put much thought to what will happen in the future or what may suddenly happen to them.

They live day after day, enjoying the present moment, not really knowing what tomorrow will bring.

While this can be nice, being prepared for anything takes away some of the fear and you can face tomorrow knowing that no matter what happens, you are ready. Your family will be protected and in good hands. Nothing and no one will be able to harm you.

Getting everything ready for the disaster is a good idea because it helps you feel more at peace, more aware of the world.

Click here to see how to become an expert prepper ready to face any major disaster…

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