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This book is designed for
everyday people. It lays out a
path for us to assess
ourselves, our environment and
get adequate...
There are numbered tasks,
laying out what needs to be
done and in what order.
Also, levels of preparation from
a mild, bas...
One size does not fit all.
Everyone’s situation is different.
Thus the book begins with the
Area Study, which allows us to...
The Five Key Elements
of Survival & Life
Food
Fire
Water
Shelter
First Aid
After three days with
no water,
we will die.
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
After that, we look at the places to plan
for:
Home
Work/School
Car/Traveling
This is followed by a detailed section on
Gr...
THE ACRONYM SURVIVAL
S Size up situation, surroundings, yourself & your equipment.
U Use all your senses; undue haste make...
The Grab-n-Go Bag
Basics Everyone
Should Have
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
A key to preparation is, of course, that
you can’t prepare after the fact.
But, as importantly, is the peace of mind
that ...
Includes
19 FREE First Aid,
Emergency,
Communication, Location
and Survival Apps You
Need To Download Right
Now!
The Proca...
After preparation, the manual goes into
specific survival situations.
This includes first aid, water
procurement, food pro...
Map Reading and
Where to Get Free
Topographic Maps and
Free Navigation Apps
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Then specific environments are covered:
Cold Weather
Desert
Tropical
Water
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Next are specific man-made situations:
car, plane crash, train crash, boat, ferry,
cruise ship, tall building, power outag...
Fire can save your life.
It can also take your life.
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Biological Warfare,
Viruses, and
Pandemic Survival
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Chemical Weapons
and Accidents &
Survival
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Preparing For and
Surviving
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
The Average
American Spends
101 Minutes a Day
In Our Car.
What We Should
Have In Our Car To
Be Prepared
The Procastinator’...
Then specific natural disasters:
Tornado, hurricane, heat wave, drought,
wildfire, blizzard, earthquake, tsunami,
volcano,...
Cold Weather Preparation
and Survival
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Prepare for, Survive,
and Live After a
Hurricane
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Prepare for, Survive,
and Live After a Flood
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Prepare for,
Survive, and Live
After an
The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
Finally, we discuss when one should
“bug out”, the hide site and caching.
This is followed by a phase few cover:
how to sc...
Overwhelmed?
Remember, the book is set up with tasks
that you accomplish one at a time at
your own pace.
But even just doi...
Information is the most important tool you can arm
yourself with. I wrote this book specifically for those
who’ve been unc...
This is the
pocket-
sized
book which
contains
the key
survival
and
first aid
information
you need to
have on
you,
in your
...
Print
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The Procrastinator's Survival Guide

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In an uncertain world we know we haven’t done what we should to be prepared for even mild emergencies, but when we start looking into it, we get overwhelmed and put it off for ‘someday’. This is the book that makes ‘someday’ today. A book that will walk you through preparation step by easy step. That provides the key survival information you’ll need in a disaster in one handy place.

It’s full of checklists and links to gear so you can easily see what you should do and what you should have. The book opens with an interactive examination of your specific environment, your potential disasters and then sections are separated into levels of preparation so that you can adjust it to your situation.

Preparation is the key to reducing anxiety and increasing capability. Especially in our current era of great uncertainty.

Stop procrastinating. The first step is to make a decision NOW!

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  1. 1. This book is designed for everyday people. It lays out a path for us to assess ourselves, our environment and get adequately prepared. It also includes the information necessary for survival should an accident or disaster strike. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  2. 2. There are numbered tasks, laying out what needs to be done and in what order. Also, levels of preparation from a mild, base level, to a more advanced level are divided out. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  3. 3. One size does not fit all. Everyone’s situation is different. Thus the book begins with the Area Study, which allows us to tailor our preparation for our specific situation. Then an overview of preparation in the five key areas of survival. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  4. 4. The Five Key Elements of Survival & Life Food Fire Water Shelter First Aid
  5. 5. After three days with no water, we will die. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  6. 6. After that, we look at the places to plan for: Home Work/School Car/Traveling This is followed by a detailed section on Grab-n-Go bags with equipment specified (with links) and what is needed for different levels. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  7. 7. THE ACRONYM SURVIVAL S Size up situation, surroundings, yourself & your equipment. U Use all your senses; undue haste makes waste. R Remember where you are. V Vanquish fear and panic I Improvise V Value Living A Act like the natives L Live by your wits The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  8. 8. The Grab-n-Go Bag Basics Everyone Should Have The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  9. 9. A key to preparation is, of course, that you can’t prepare after the fact. But, as importantly, is the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have done this. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  10. 10. Includes 19 FREE First Aid, Emergency, Communication, Location and Survival Apps You Need To Download Right Now! The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  11. 11. After preparation, the manual goes into specific survival situations. This includes first aid, water procurement, food procurement, building a shelter, and navigating. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  12. 12. Map Reading and Where to Get Free Topographic Maps and Free Navigation Apps The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  13. 13. Then specific environments are covered: Cold Weather Desert Tropical Water The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  14. 14. Next are specific man-made situations: car, plane crash, train crash, boat, ferry, cruise ship, tall building, power outage, fire, burglary, car-jacking, robbery, civil unrest and rioting, terrorist attack, active shooter, nuclear weapons and accidents, infectious diseases and biological/chemical weapons and accidents. To name a few. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  15. 15. Fire can save your life. It can also take your life. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  16. 16. Biological Warfare, Viruses, and Pandemic Survival The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  17. 17. Chemical Weapons and Accidents & Survival The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  18. 18. Preparing For and Surviving The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  19. 19. The Average American Spends 101 Minutes a Day In Our Car. What We Should Have In Our Car To Be Prepared The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  20. 20. Then specific natural disasters: Tornado, hurricane, heat wave, drought, wildfire, blizzard, earthquake, tsunami, volcano, mud/land slide, dams, flood, solar flare and more. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  21. 21. Cold Weather Preparation and Survival The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  22. 22. Prepare for, Survive, and Live After a Hurricane The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  23. 23. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  24. 24. Prepare for, Survive, and Live After a Flood The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  25. 25. Prepare for, Survive, and Live After an The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  26. 26. Finally, we discuss when one should “bug out”, the hide site and caching. This is followed by a phase few cover: how to scavenge. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  27. 27. Overwhelmed? Remember, the book is set up with tasks that you accomplish one at a time at your own pace. But even just doing Task One, will make you better prepared than you are right now! The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  28. 28. Information is the most important tool you can arm yourself with. I wrote this book specifically for those who’ve been uncertain about how to proceed. The Procastinator’s Survival Guide
  29. 29. This is the pocket- sized book which contains the key survival and first aid information you need to have on you, in your GnG bag, and in your
  30. 30. Print Book Free slideshows on survival, click on image
  31. 31. New York Times bestselling author, graduate of West Point, former Green Beret, and feeder of two yellow Labs, most famously Cool Gus. He’s had over 75 books published, including the #1 bestselling series Time Patrol, Area 51, Atlantis, and the Green Berets. Born in the Bronx and having traveled the world he now lives peacefully with his wife and labs. Sort of. Free books below available HERE www.bobmayer.com

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