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Mind4Survival-Staying Informed

M4S034: Staying Informed

By Brian Duff | January 18, 2018

Staying informed is crucial to maintaining and improving our preparedness. Without keeping abreast of up to date information, we may find ourselves having difficulties if things go wrong. After all, we all recognize that current information is a key to preparedness.   Staying Informed – Internet The most significant influencer when it comes to our mission of…

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Mind4Survival-4 Pillars of Preparedness

M4S033: 4 Pillars of Preparedness

By Brian Duff | January 11, 2018

The best way to ensure that you cover all of your safety, security and preparedness needs is through the four pillars of preparedness. By incorporating the four pillars of preparedness into your planning process, you will be more like to achieve 360-degree security coverage. In turn, you will be more resilient and better able to…

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Mind4Survival-5 Biggest Mistakes Preppers Make

M4S032: 5 Biggest Mistakes Preppers Make

By Brian Duff | January 4, 2018

One of the best ways to be an effective prepper is to be one of the many who fall victim to the biggest mistakes preppers make. This podcast is based on the results of a poll that was provided to over 1000 members of the Mind4Survival Facebook group. With its broad base of input, this provides…

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Mind4Survival-2018 Preparedness Goals

M4S031: 2018 Preparedness Goals

By Brian Duff | December 28, 2017

Do you know your 2018 preparedness goals? In just a few days, we’ll be rolling over the calendar from 2017 to 2018. At the same time, many of us will be focusing on our 2018 preparedness goals. With preparedness goals in mind, I want this episode to help you focus on your own preparedness goals. To…

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Mind4Survival-Why We Should Be Grateful

M4S030: Why We Should Be Grateful

By Brian Duff | December 21, 2017

Sometimes we forget why we should be grateful. To be prepared for problems, we often look at the bad side of things. This is the opposite of those who suffer from normalcy bias and refuse to see potential problems. However, as the people who suffer from normalcy bias should change the way they view things,…

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