The best survival skills courses teach people the most important aspects of staying alive. What they don’t always guarantee is an “after the fact” education to everyday life that advises on living post-crisis. If society and civil order breakdown, supplying yourself with the means to survival is much more difficult.
Absolute Rights is doing their part by publishing the recently-developed Special Report, “Bartering with Desperate People: Bartering and Negotiating in Post-Disaster Situations.” It is the foolproof guide for beginners and experienced dealers who want to prepare themselves for the worst. Negotiating, put simply, will let you buy back your life.
Economic collapse threatens modern forms of currency. Argentina’s 2002 monetary meltdown proved the need for bartering skills, after an estimated 2 million people participated in barter clubs after banks stopped them from making withdrawals. America was dangerously close to the same fate during the 2008 stock market crash, and signs point to the possibility of a recurring economic struggle.
Pre-planning is important to any negotiation, and the Special Report delivers the ten steps to barter preparation. It suggests making mental notes of the steps and customizing them to fit personal needs.
Spokane’s Spokesman-Review published an article in March about the profitability of emergency preparation. It touches on the frequency of major retailers that offer gigantic amounts of food stuffs, prompting one Wal-Mart employee to refer to the area holding the supplies as “our end-of-the-world section.”
Food rations, First-Aid kits, and even seeds for survival gardening have become major sellers. There are always reasons to be prepared, the article said. “The list goes on: pandemics, civil unrest and financial crises, not to mention Mayan prophecies, electromagnetic pulses and Armageddon. What’s a doomsayer to do? Spend those greenbacks while they’re still legal tender.”
When they are no longer legal tender, in the aftermath of a disaster that destroys the financial infrastructure, bartering will become a life-saving skill. That’s why Absolute Rights’ Special Report teaches techniques used by the CIA and the Army’s Special Forces Unit. The best of the best use negotiating methods that are now accessible to civilians through “Bartering with Desperate People.”
The Special Report lists six quick tips to developing rapport, which is described as a vital aspect of bartering. It also gives ten verbal negotiating skills to go along with the non-verbal techniques shared as well.
Myths and truths about bartering are exposed, as are specific life skills (medical, mechanical, and psychological) that are just as valuable as physical items in the negotiating world. And of course, “Bartering with Desperate People” includes a long list of items proven to be beneficial in post-disaster scenarios, plus the ones that are worth avoiding.
The Special Report doesn’t only equip readers with the skills to barter in a disaster, but it also serves anyone trying to make a private party transaction, deal with a salesman, or trade at a swap meet or flea market. More importantly, it can help you identify the tactics being used on you, decreasing vulnerability to an unfair deal.
No one sees disasters coming, and once they do it will be too late. Prepare for the worst to ensure your skills and capabilities are at their best. Get the Special Report from Absolute Rights and gain the knowledge of twenty survival skills courses in one easy-to-read digital e-book. For more information, check out https://absoluterights.com/reports/bartering-with-desperate-people/.