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Thursday, September 10, 2015
The 7 P's Of Survival Radio Show: What Does It Really Mean Practically To Bugout? (09/08/2015)
you missed last nights live show, here is the player so you can listen
to the recording. If you have any questions please feel free to ask them
below and I will gladly answer them.
What Does It Really Mean Practically To Bugout?
week on the 7 P’s Of Survival Show we will be talking about all things
surrounding what bugging out would be like. We will be exploring what
you should include in a bug out bag/go bag/woods bag/shtf bag/ etc. and
what are a few things we believe are essential to a kit no matter your
situation. We are fortunate enough to have a great guest this week to
dig into these topics, Jim Cobb! Jim is a published author many times
over in the preparedness community,
operates the website www.survivalweekly.com and owns a preparedness
consulting. Jim is also a member of the Professional Prepared Bloggers
Association and puts out a lot of great content on emergency
preparedness, survival and preparedness in general.
hour will be filled with reality checks from two guys who have spent a
ton of time in the woods testing gear and pushing their skills in all
environments and weather conditions. We will talk about the realities of
long-term woodland living, the hunter/gather lifestyle, knowledge base
needed to make moving to the woods a reality, surviving the first
winter; what your bug out bag probably doesn’t have to effect long-term
self reliance and much more!
will then cover post collapse life and what skills could be extremely
handy to have in your tool bag for that new lifestyle. We will also
explore what we believe the trade market would be post collapse and what
each of us foresee as the cash substitute after a complete financial
collapse. While trade goods may vary with what the incident was (short
term the dollar will be fine, financial collapse silver/gold may be best
and full collapse beans and bullets) we will discuss the things we
believe are quasi universal for all incidents.
Listen & Chat Here “LIVE” on Tuesdays 6:00pm/Pacific
About The 7 P’s Of Survival show!
Join Josh of the 7 P’s Survival Blog
in the studio every Tuesday night at 9pm Eastern Time. This is a live
show where you can interact and engage with Josh and His guests (Josh
often invites his friends from the preparedness community to dig into
pertinent topics). You can interact via chat room or by calling into the
show (we would love to hear from you!). Each week regardless of whether
there is a guest for the show Josh will dig into current events and
legal issues which relate to preparedness, update you on what is going
on with his blog/survival school and review the happenings of various
survival related television programming.
Josh runs the 7p’s Survival Blog, JPS Consulting LLC
(Oil & Gas Law, Business Strategy, Emergency Response, Etc.), A
Survival School (Coming fall of 2015) and is working on his first
survival related book (he has published several books on incident
command and legal issues for emergency response agencies). Josh has
worked in emergency response since 1999 serving as a fire chief and a
variety of other capacities throughout his career. Josh holds a Doctor
of Juris Prudence degree from the West Virginia University College of
Law along with a BSBAd’s in Marketing and Management from West Virginia
University College of Business and Economics. He also holds hundreds of
emergency response related certifications many at the national level. He
has taught at a wide variety of emergency response conferences and for
various state and federal agencies mostly in the area of incident
management, technical rescue and hazardous materials mitigation.
This show will explore a wide variety of topics including: legal
issues in preparedness, wilderness skills (including a weekly skill
challenge- A youtube video will be shared each week demonstrating a
skill for listeners to review and post their responses), self reliant
skills, gear reviews and interviews with manufactures, current events, Q
& A with fellow bloggers and YouTuber’s, emergency response and
disaster preparedness and recovery.
So what are the 7 P’s? The 7 P’s concept is derived from the military
and emergency response where the pneumonic stands for the following:
Prior, Proper, Planning, Prevents, Piss, Poor, Performance. This old
adage stuck with Josh since his early days in the fire service and
resonated with him so much it became his approach to preparedness and
wilderness survival right along with his emergency response career.