Want to know how to create a prepper group- and do it successfully?
Just what is a MAG (Mutual Assistance Group) anyway? What should you consider before you seek out potential prepping friends and where should you start looking? How do you talk to people without sounding crazy and without giving away any secrets? How prepared should a candidate be before you consider them for your group? How many people should a group have? What are some ideas to help the group work together better and reduce conflict? Should a group have regular meetings, and if so, what should you do at a meeting? And, should your group accept money from members, in place of participation?
Find out all this and more on this Secrets of a Survivalist radio show. This week we talk with Charley Hogwood, Author of the book: MAGS- The People Part of Prepping – How to Plan, Build, And Organize a Mutual Assistance Group in a Survival Situation.
Charley has many years of experience in the military as a Reconnaissance Scout and Infantry Squad Leader where his job was to train and lead people of various skill levels and personalities in a multitude of missions in the field. Charley holds 35 FEMA certifications and a certificate in Emergency Management. He took his passion of preparedness to work by creating Personal Readiness Education Programs where he trains people in the ways of survival and preparedness.