AND PRACTICES FOR
PREPPING THE MIND
Mindset is everything when it comes to preparedness and survival. Nothing you will ever own or can purchase is more valuable than your ability to be mentally flexible, strategic, and able to focus and direct the mind during times of stress. In this module, we will cover a series of specific practices that have been used to develop stress inoculation, mental fortitude, strategic aptitude, and instinctive responsiveness. These skills are taught to elite warriors and extreme athletes. In this module They are broken down are presented in a way that is accessible to everyone.
AND ACTION PLANS
Knowing your environment is paramount to any type of preparedness and survival. In this module, we explore and teach easy to follow and apply action plans for doing threat assessments, how to interpret and prioritize that information and how to incorporate it into an action plan when the time comes that you need to use it.
STARTING YOUR PREPRATION
ACTION PLANS AND
Knowing yourself and your environment is not enough. You have to understand what you need, have it, and learn how to use it to ensure the highest success level. In this module, we will discuss how to research, prioritize, acquire what you need to survive based on your personal and environmental assessments. We will also explore ways to develop and implement a training plan that will provide you a sound foundation from which to act and succeed should you ever need to use any of your preparations in an emergency.
SPECIAL NEEDS AREA
We all have many things that go into our daily living conditions, much of which we take for granted and don't often think about in-depth. It is easy for a person to overlook important details of their emergency preparations. I addition, when we add to this the preparations of a household with both human and animal family members, the entire concept of preparedness becomes exponentially more difficult. In this module, we will explore the most commonly overlooked areas of emergency and disaster prep.
THREE PHASES OF
ON THE GO SURVIVE
In the world of emergency preparedness, there is only one thing that is certain, and that is that nothing is for certain. To expect the unexpected is the motto that should be adopted by anyone planning and preparing to be ready when an emergency or disaster strikes. In this module, we discuss the concept of tiered preparation. This concept gives you the best opportunity to be prepared for many situations no matter where you are or what you are doing. We also dive deep into what you should add to this tiered system to give you a high probability of success should you need to respond to a disaster or emergency.
ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR
The genre of disaster and emergency readiness is vast. No one can guess when, where, how long and how bad a disaster and emergency will be. That is why the more you prepare, the more likely you are to overcome. This module will discuss what steps to take beyond the basics to fortify your ability to adapt and overcome whatever you may face. You will be given a clear action plan, items to consider, and continued strategic thinking development.
A team is only as strong as its weakest link. Therefore, before looking to be a part of or building a disaster and emergency team, it is important for you to properly assess your strengths and weaknesses and enhance them both. In this module, you will learn how to hone in on what is important understand how to identify, plan, build and maintain a Prepared Operation Zone (Mental, Physical, and Equipped state of readiness). This module will keep you ready as an individual and prepare you for being a valuable and quality team member.
It is essential to understand that not just anyone can or should be a part of your team. What people say and what they do are two different things. Just letting someone in your group because they want to be a part of it is not wise. Furthermore, letting someone know about your provisions and training could make you a crutch or target for them when disaster strikes. That is why it is crucial to have a proven guideline to identify, discuss, vet, and access a potential group member. In this module, we cover these guidelines in detail and give clear guidance on choosing members for a team and building a team.
A group that trains together stays together. Group dynamics can often be complex. It is easy to be overwhelmed and too distracted in a busy society to strategize and actualize group preparedness training. However, without continued training together, successful response and triumph during the high stress of a disaster is unlikely. In this module, we discuss and teach ways to delegate roles and prepare your group in coordination, unification, and response to disasters and emergencies.
If you stay ready, you don't have to get ready. Proper disaster response has a lot to do with the skill you develop and have. However, it also has a lot to do with the skills you maintain. In this module, we will discuss the various types of skill sets needed for disaster preparedness. We will separate these skillsets into two groups: soft skills and hard skills, and discuss how to maintain both properly.