An innovative crisis protection guide from the experts at Weiss Research
If you want to continue your lifestyle AND make smart money moves, then The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide is the book for you. Saving money and profiting means understanding the many aspects of life where problems can strike, and this book will be your guide. In the face of disaster it is better to plan than panic. A bulletproof plan will protect you from the disastrous surprise of a mishap - from shakeups in the stock market to the next oil crisis to fires and floods.
Author Sean Brodrick of Weiss Research reveals the simple things you can do that will help you prepare and profit in this changing economic landscape. The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide is your tool to understanding a myriad of key concepts. This book:
The time to plan for any crisis is before it happens. The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide is filled with the tips and tools you'll need to survive potential disasters and save money during tough times.
Where does The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
There are financial guides that will help you protect your money and there are guides that will help you prepare for the end of the world. But now there is a guide that will help you find a healthy balance between disaster preparation and living your life. One of the things that make this book different is has two sections. One section will help organize your finances and help you save money while still living a reasonable lifestyle. The second section moves into helping you prepare for the most common natural and manmade disasters but in a reasonable manner that doable for the average suburbanite.
What does Scott Peterson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He includes true stories of people who lives have been changed by disaster and examines why they survived and how you can too.
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What made the experience of listening to The Ultimate Suburban Survivalist Guide the most enjoyable?
All the content in this book is great, but the narrator is SO mechanical, and often the subject matter is in list form (great to read, but to to hear) that it becomes agonizing to sit thru. If it weren't for my interest in the subject and lack of time to read, I would have just bought the book, so I'd have it for reference later.
How could the performance have been better?
Get a narrator that can read in a less mechanical fashion.
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