Survival Basics - Are You Prepared to Survive?

Survival Basics - Are You Prepared to Survive?

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When Faced With Weather Disasters - Terrorist Attacks - War - Societal Breakdown... Will Your Family Be Caught in the Chaos - or Will You Be Able to Survive Without Fail? Every year it seems as though the weather is getting more chaotic. From wildfires and torrential rains to tornadoes and hurricanes, all can force you out of your house for days, weeks or even longer at a time. Sometimes there is nothing left to come back to. And what if the events of that fateful day in September 2001 repeated itself in your town? Are you prepared to weather through it? If you are like most people, most likely not. However, your chances of survival are greater if you are prepared for it. And that is what this book is about - laying out the steps you need to take now so that you have a plan to survive when you need it. In my book "Survival Basics - Are You Prepared to Survive?" we discuss things, such as: -Emergencies Versus Survival -Preparedness and the 3 Basic Needs Areas You Need to Have Covered -The Bug-Out Bag and Why It Is So Important -Preparing a Bug-Out Bag for Each Member of Your Family -How to Create a Rally Point Plan -Have Your Rally Point Plan Ready -Long-Term Supply Preparations -Creating Your Long-Term Survival Plan -Survival Rules to Remember -And Much Much More! My brand new book "Survival Basics - Are You Prepared to Survive?" will help you stave off the chaos and panic that hits hard during times of disaster. The Prepared Will Survive! Will You? Buy this book and get two free reports - "Surviving a Terrorist Attack" and "A Guide to Going Off the Grid."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.32mm | 158.76g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1507863446
  • 9781507863442

About Ron Kness

I grew up in Central Minnesota, where my parents own and operated a fishing resort. Once out of high school I tried a couple of semesters of college, only to quit halfway through the Spring term; I decided at that time that college wasn't for me. Then I decided to follow my father's previous occupation as an auto mechanic. I graduated from a two-year of vocational training course and worked as a mechanic. While in vocational training, I decided to join the National Guard where I eventually ended up working full-time for 32 years. So how does all of this relate to writing? In one of my leadership schools, the instructor, who was an English teacher at a juvenile detention center, presented writing to me in a whole new way - a way that started to develop my interest in working with words. Fast forward about 40 years and I now have over 35 books listed on Amazon for Kindle and more