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Surviving Long-Term SHTF: A Crucial Strategy

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7 thoughts on “Surviving Long-Term SHTF: A Crucial Strategy

  1. Hey prepper, I think you mistake a boss or government official as a leader. Nothing could be further from the truth. Just because someone is in charge doesn’t make them a leader. Leadership can be difficult to quantify but as a rule of thumb, a leader walk’s the walk. A leader would never ask of someone what they them selves wouldn’t be willing to do. A leader put’s the need’s of his/her people before their own need’s. IMO these are basic requirement’s of leadership. As you can see all government and most of industry falls way short of this mark. They may be in charge but they aint no leader’s.

  2. Nobody Knows the severity of what’s to come. Hopefully folks have prepared adequately enough for the conditions..again, who knows what they will roll out to Kill us. Prime example the fires in Cali. How TF do you prep for something like that ??? You can’t. If you have an open budget it’s possible to have a bunker somewhere you can access easily, and quickly…otherwise you wasted your time and efforts…

  3. People who lead from the back don’t lead. They are managers. I’ve done both roles for many years in my life, and there is a difference. I’m fond of a quote from Patton: “Leadership is like a string. if you are in the back pushing it, it will go all over the place. But if you’re at the front and pull, it will follow you wherever you go.”

  4. My life’s experiences have pushed me into the lone wolf camp. It’s not that I’m selfish, I’ve just been burned too many times to trust anyone but myself—especially over the long haul.

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