Valued Preparations & Preparedness BEFORE The Crisis Hits

Friday, October 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

Ken Jorgustin
ModernSurvivalblog.com
10/12/2018

It is SO EASY to be complacent. To be confident or satisfied that all is well and all will be well. “It’s all good”, “chill out”, “no worries”…

A positive attitude is one thing, however complacency and letting your guard down is another. That way of thinking can be dangerous.

I know some people who are 100% optimistic, all the time, no matter what, to the extent that they’re seemingly not seeing reality. Rose colored glasses…

BALANCED OUTLOOK
It’s good to have balance. A positive outlook along with a ‘wary eye’ on reality. If you keep a wary eye on something, you are cautious while watching to see what will happen or what could happen.

WAITING UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE
It seems to be human nature to wait until the last minute. Not everyone is afflicted with this, but there’s no doubt that most are.

Waiting until the last minute is especially slipshod for those who see it coming but do little or nothing until “it” is upon them. That’s called procrastination.

THERE’S PLENTY OF TIME, RIGHT?
In the context of preparedness, it’s easier to prepare for a crisis if we know that the process of getting there is going to be slow. In other words there’s plenty of time before the SHTF.

That said, a crisis may come suddenly, unexpectedly. It happens.

You might know or believe that a given crisis is indeed going to eventually happen but it’s going to be awhile before it hits. But then Wham! Out of nowhere ‘it’ happens. And you’re not prepared as you had planned to be.

EXAMPLE
FINANCIAL SYSTEM MELTDOWN

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