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If It Breaks, Fix It – Tips, techniques and tools to keep going when things are tough and you are on your own. When things you depend on stop working properly or quit all together, do you just give up and hope for rescue, or that some how things will change on their own? Such thinking will only guarantee that you are a victim. You need a toolbox, both literally and figuratively, that will keep you going. First it is about your attitude and how you think. Then it's about skills, tools and supplies that you have. Mr. Scott is one who can help you think differently and have some of the “tools” that you need to make it through challenging situations. Brought to you by Safe Harbor Alliance Kent Scott is a long time friend and associate who has a very diverse background in science and technology, plus a understanding of how and why things work. He is a consultant that has developed many unusual solutions to a wide variety of issues. He has an eye towards and experience in self-reliance, that is, find a way to fix it, build it, replace it, turn up a substitute or learn how to do just fine without it. In short he is a creative innovator of solutions that are “outside of the box”. http://edta.webspawner.com/ For more great shows, visit Preparedness Radio Network™.
If It Breaks, Fix It – Tips, techniques and tools to keep going when things are tough and you are on your own. When things you depend on stop working properly or quit all together, do you just give up and hope for rescue, or that some how things will change on their own? Such thinking will only guarantee that you are a victim.
You need a toolbox, both literally and figuratively, that will keep you going. First it is about your attitude and how you think. Then it’s about skills, tools and supplies that you have. Mr. Scott is one who can help you think differently and have some of the “tools” that you need to make it through challenging situations.
Brought to you by Safe Harbor Alliance
Kent Scott is a long time friend and associate who has a very diverse background in science and technology, plus a understanding of how and why things work.
He is a consultant that has developed many unusual solutions to a wide variety of issues. He has an eye towards and experience in self-reliance, that is, find a way to fix it, build it, replace it, turn up a substitute or learn how to do just fine without it. In short he is a creative innovator of solutions that are “outside of the box”.
For more great shows, visit Preparedness Radio Network™.
Developing a Survival Attitude is a critical component in the ability to survive. It’s to remain emotionally centered, instead of engaging in negative emotions. If one’s prone to anger or depression now when things are good, what will happen when things change and conditions aren’t favorable? Self-mastery requires practice in choosing positive emotions and maintaining inner peace regardless of what’s happening.
What’s in your head and heart determines whether you survive. Mental, emotional, and psychological resilience is the ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. Resilience and adaptability are key attributes for survival. Being able to readily adjust to different conditions shows in a willingness to try new things, like eating weeds and other strange foods, or not becoming upset when things go wrong.
Dr. Fred Bohman loves learning new things every day and believes he can learn something from everyone he comes in contact with. He speaks fluent Spanish and has lived and worked in 27 countries in Europe, Central and South America. He was one of the first Peace Corp Volunteers in Central America during the mid-1960s developing community agricultural and educational programs.
Dr. Bohman has over 60 years of experience in sustainable gardening. He studied nutrition in college and worked as a plant pathologist for a large international vegetable seed company. He’s formulated recipes for over 100 chain franchises and nutritional foods for humanitarian organizations.
His extensive skills and experience in primitive outdoor living were put to use in developing outdoor survival and rehabilitation programs at Brigham Young University where he taught in the Colleges of Health & Human Performance. Dr. Bohman currently serves as the Research Director for Nano Technology at Colegio de Postgraduados in Mexico.
In this all-day series of Self-Reliant Living Show programs Jim Phillips presents the following guests and topics: 1) Jims first guest is Joyce Pierce talking about “The Most Important Paper In Your Life”. 2) Next is a two-part program with Jims guest James Phillips, a veteran Professional Peace Officer, discussing the “Foundations of Personal Protection and Family Defense”. 3) Then Jim interviews David and Christine Dye in a three-part program on “The Psychology of Survival”. 4) For the final installment in this series of eight programs, Jim presents a two part class titled “Life Happens – Make It An Adventure, No Matter What”.
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Perspectives and Problems in Preparedness Jim visits with Wayne Andrews, a long time friend and highly experienced researcher into ways and means to be prepared to meet any future that may come. Wayne brings a very down to earth perspective to the realities of personal and family preparedness. They cover some of the real issues that people face in their quest to honestly be ready. Not only do individuals not understand some of the problems, but the “preparedness industry” often does not make it easy to get at “what's the truth, really.” It not hard to do, you just must have real facts, rather than a combination fear based sales pitches and misperceptions of what things can really be like. Safe Harbor Alliance
Guest Profile: Wayne Andrews has a long-standing and profound interest in being personally prepared plus helping others do the same. His career has spanned a number of industries and positions: manufacturing technology, casting processes, welding, quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC), software testing/ development, customer support, fulfillment and survival product research/ evaluation. Wayne has an eclectic background and thinks outside the box. In his professional career and private undertakings, he is always asking these questions: “Is there more? Is there a better way? Can we do something better, faster, cheaper, and safer to get the results we want?” He is always looking for new books, programs, and people to help share this quest of preparedness with others. He's a consummate researcher and explorer of ideas, both new and old, and how they fit into self-reliant living.
Instructor: Jim Phillips Winter Safety Made Real – Part 4 WSMR Part-4 continues to deliver more solid facts on winter clothing performance. Jim teaches the true how and why of cold weather clothing, rather than a particular brand of something to buy. A correctly informed person makes good buy decisions. Understanding the truth about insulation is important for your cold weather comfort and safety. A key part of this is what materials to use and why, rather than just going with a glitzy ad or an in your face sales pitch. The clothing industry gives lip service to breathability, however, they actually have no idea about the actual science of how to stay dry and warm for extended periosd. The reality of staying dry in the snow has nothing to do with waterproofing. In fact, clothing that is waterproof or waterproof/breathable can be deadly. Instructor Profile: Jim Phillips is a nationally known speaker and teacher who has professionally taught thousands of classes all across the United States for 40 years. For a number of years prior to this career, his hobby was teaching cold weather safety & survival. Jim is a strong advocate of self-reliance living and family preparedness. He developed an entire preparedness curriculum by asking himself the question "What if?" and then setting out to discover what actually does and does not work. Above all else, he believes that attitude and practical knowledge is more critical to survival than having a bunch of "stuff." (“Who you are and what you know is far more important than what you have.”) . Learn More About Jim.
The Psychology of Survival Series, Parts- 1, 2 & 3Probably everyone has had several momentary frightening, even life-threatening, situations in their life. However, most people have never faced a serious and sustained survival situation that seems to have no end in sight. How do you prepare yourself to recognize, understand, manage and overcome the extraordinary levels of stress that can build in such situations? How can you help your family in a very positive way, especially children, be ready for difficult events?The process to prepare is through education, practice and lifestyle. In this program, we'll discuss with the Dyes just how they have been applying this in their family life and their interest in helping others to do the same.Guest Profile:David DyeDavid has two Bachelor's Degrees from Brigham Young University and a Master's of Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University in Texas. He did Post Graduate Studies in the sociology and psychology of survival. He's worked for a youth wilderness therapy program where he was able to apply what he'd learned in school.He focuses on teaching and rearing his children and sharing with others that a life of self-reliance is inherently rewarding. Even if there are no major manmade, political or natural catastrophes, such a lifestyle is a liberating way to live without fear of what the future may bring.Christine DyeChristine was born and raised near Blackfoot, Idaho. She has a Bachelor's of Social Work from Brigham Young University.Christine is a dedicated and strong mother of nine children focusing much of her efforts on teaching them the ethic of work, healthy foods and relying on God more than on man.
Scratch Cooking Most American meals come to the table via Betty Crocker, Chef Boyardee, Aunt Jemima, General Mills, Nabisco, Kraft, Kellogg's, Nalley, Campbell's, Dole, etc. Dump the contents in a pot & add water/ or pull the tab & pour into a pan/ or take it from freezer & place in the microwave – heat and eat. Not only is this less than truly nutritious, but outrageously expensive compared to working with basic ingredients. Such convenience can leave more leisure time, but this is a set up for misery and struggles to survive in future hard times.
Learn to use basic, natural and whole ingredients like grains, legumes, seeds, nuts, eggs, milk, oil, butter, chicken, honey, natural spices/flavors/seasonings for better health and less expense. The time to develop these skills is now when life is so very easy. Linda Phillips is the mother of 6 sons and 3 daughters, and grandmother of 21. You don't support a large family on a limited budget through the use of expensive pre-packaged and pre-cooked foods. She has more than 30 years of feeding thundering herds of hungry kids by making most things from scratch using basic ingredients.
Today she's called “Grandma Muffin” by some of her grandchildren for the many variety of fresh whole wheat muffins she makes.
Self-Reliant Living bySafe Harbor Alliance, hosted by Jim Phillips. Guest: Dr. Joe Gee Could There Be a Mule In Your Future Just how strong are you really, and how much work can you do by yourself?Should you find yourself living in a time and place without all of the engine powered mechanical devices we now take for granted, just how are you going to get everything done? When people think about life without the internal combustion engine the casual thought does come to mind about using large ani
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