I could not find one original thought in this audiobook. This is a long string of quotes from other authors and motivational speakers.
This is one long product placement. I like to hear which brand or style of equipment is chosen and why but I find it jarring when the narrator stops to say, "Use discount code PrepperOne". This is not educational it is merely a sales vehicle.
I have nothing against sales but I should not have to pay to listen to it. This should have been offered as a free audiobook for new preppers.
This is great for a person who is a rank beginner. If this is you then buy it.
If you know anything about prepping for disasters then this is not for you.
I include in this anyone who was a boy scout or girl scout or who has ever
been through any Red Cross classes.
You too could write this laundry list of items to gather.
This is easily the most likely to be put into practice. I have already pitched 4 huge garbage cans full of stuff. Terrific progress particularly since the stuff has been sitting on shelves in my office for over 10 years.
Gradually, I came to the realization that I was being controlled by a bunch of old books and magazines. I have not used it in years and in many cases have never opened them. I hung onto them even when I had to rent an extra office to store it all.
I now save $200 per month all from listening to this simple book.
Andrew Mellen gave me permission to unload my stuff, to be free from caring for it and from paying for it over and over through excess "carrying costs".
Remember, Don't Fear Sentimental Land.
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