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Publisher Description

The airwaves and internet are always full of bad news, and it seems as though the bad news is increasing. Each day brings a new threat to your health, safety, and happiness, while authorities and experts urge you to “be prepared.”


But just how should you prepare? How do you plan to survive in the midst of your already busy life? How do you know what to prepare for first? It seems an impossible task, and so most people end up doing nothing out of sheer frustration.


Prepping for Life: the balanced approach to personal security and family safety is a groundbreaking book that introduces you to Adaptive Personal Security, a structured yet flexible method to prepare for a wide range of dangers without being overwhelmed. It gives you the tools you need to understand what and how to prepare while maintaining a happy life balance!


Survival preparations are not "one size fits all." The Adaptive Personal Security method understands that and helps you prepare for the dangers you face in your life — not someone else's. Prepping for Life shows you what Adaptive Personal Security is and how to tailor it to your life. You'll learn how to prepare for a “worst-case” scenario without turning your home or lifestyle upside-down.


Inside the book you’ll find:


An introduction to the Adaptive Personal Security approach
The phases of Adaptive Personal Security: Anticipate, Deter, Detect, Respond, and Recover
Why you need to plan (and how to do it)
Identifying the dangers and risks in your life
The Adaptive Personal Security Matrix — the key to keeping on track and making progress
Why 80% preparation is preferable to 100%
The dangers you impose on yourself
How to Equip, Train, Maintain, and Optimize over time
The importance of lowering your exposure
The risk/reward equation and how it affects your preparedness
Becoming a harder target no matter what the danger
Early warning systems for a wide range of threats
The role for Situational Awareness
Planning for self-defense and home/family defense
Dealing with the severe trauma emergency
The risk of fire, both home and wild
Planning for natural and man-made disasters
A look at public attacks and how to avoid them
Bugging out and bugging in
The emergency kits you really need
A threat many don’t consider: job loss
What is The End Of The World As We Know It?
The legal, financial, and psychological aspects of recovery
Being “Everyday Ready”
How to know when you’ve done "enough"



From defending against criminals to surviving natural disasters, the Adaptive Personal Security approach shows you how to Anticipate, Detect, Deter, and Respond to the kinds of dangers you face in your life. You’ll learn how to equip, train, and maintain your preparations with a minimal amount of disruption in your life. You’ll be prepared and ready — every day!

GENRE
Reference
RELEASED
2017
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
250
Pages
PUBLISHER
Personal Security Institute
SELLER
Personal Security Institute LLC
SIZE
5.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Joshua Gideon ,

A bridge that connects the Island of self-defense to the mainland

I have been in the security and self-defense world for over 20 years. In that time, I have met many experts in specific disciplines of self-defense. From martial arts experts to firearms experts, they all have their niche and teach fundamental principles in those areas. Yet, few see the big picture. Grant is one of those few great experts who have taken a step back to approach personal security from a holistic viewpoint. Grant’s unique viewpoint has allowed him to go beyond the gun, beyond the martial arts, and into a balanced planning for the real threats an average person faces every day. This book is a bridge that is going to finally connect the Island of self-defense to the mainland.

As you read through the chapters, you’ll clearly see that it is more than just a book. It’s a formula for the average person to stay safe and respond to threats in a sometimes-chaotic world. This isn’t a book for the tactical Timmy’s out there. You won’t learn how to shave tenths of a second off your draw time, shoot ½” groups at 50 yards, or break bricks with your bare hands. Grant does a great job showing that those things are not what are important when you put the whole puzzle together. What you will learn is how the average person can plan and prepare to adequately protect themselves and their family in their daily lives.

Get this book now so you can see the big picture of personal security and family safety. I truly believe the brilliance behind this book will be referenced by future generations. I know it will be in my collection and referenced for a long time.

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