Learning survival skills is the only way to prepare oneself for the natural or man-made disasters plaguing the globe. Massive hurricanes or tsunamis, violent terrorist attacks, and economic meltdowns are real everyday threats to our society. It’s not a matter of if. Instead, people are wondering when these catastrophes will happen.
That’s why Absolute Rights published “Bartering with Desperate People: Bartering and Negotiating in Post-Disaster Survival Situations,” its newest Special Report. The e-book explains how negotiating skills can help buy back livelihood after a crisis strikes.
The Special Report includes the history and background of bartering, as well as the specific skills that are needed to pull it off. It lists the ten steps needed for pre-planning, and the six best ways to develop rapport with a negotiation partner.
Body language is an important aspect of negotiating, which is why “Bartering with Desperate People” shares additional physical skills that are proven effective. Of course, verbal skills are even more vital, and the Special Report gives ten rules to follow that award advantages as soon as they are learned.
Perhaps the most valuable portion of the Special Report is the extensive list of beneficial items to have in case of emergency. The values of certain things shoot through the roof after disasters, and stock piling them would be a great idea for anyone. Bartering is just one part of the growing disaster preparedness mindset.
The Naples News published a story in March about disaster preparation, and explained some of the mentalities behind the “prepper” phenomenon.
“In this day and age of horrific natural disasters, economic problems, and political turmoil, it would be unusually to find some adult that isn’t worried about something that would be a life changing or life shattering event,” the article said. “More and more people are becoming concerned, and they’re doing something about their worries and fears.”
Preparations can be viewed as insurance against disasters. It gives people the assurance that they are ready to tackle any situation. Bartering is just one of the many survival skills that have become very important in today’s society.
“While some have scoffed at those who have made some modest preparations against misfortune, the idea of being prepared does have merit,” continues the article. “The individual who is prepared isn’t a person waiting in line for emergency relief, and it’s unlikely that the same individual will be seeking some kind of monetary relief or assistance from the government.”
The main reason for this is because the government may not be around to help immediately after a disaster. It may even be completely unable to help, destroyed under the pressure of the disaster itself. There’s no one an individual can fully trust to help them in times of need, which is why Absolute Rights is helping people develop bartering skills in case they become a disaster necessity.
Planning and testing strategies for survival is the only way to ensure a safe, secure, and stable lifestyle after a disaster strikes. Absolute Rights has acknowledged the need for survival training, and is publishing several Special Reports to help individuals with their lack of survival knowledge. Learning survival skills has never been so important, as the clock ticks towards that famous prepper phrase: the end of the world as we know it. For more information of obtaining a digital copy of “Bartering with Desperate People,” visit https://absoluterights.com/reports/bartering-with-desperate-people/.