Possessing survival skills during a disaster will put your mind at ease when faced with the toughest of life’s challenges. Starting fires and storing clean water is well and good, but there are certain life-saving crafts that can help maintain the well-being of yourself and your family. Situations of economic and societal collapse call for more than just Boy Scout camping tricks.
Bartering, for example, will become the main source of commerce in a broken down post-disaster world. Maybe you’ll need to trade a bag of seeds for medical supplies, or maybe the end of the world has yet to arrive and you’re just looking for a deal on a new car. In either case, negotiation skills will help you for the rest of your life.
Absolute Rights has answered the need for survival skills training by publishing “Bartering with Desperate People: Bartering and Negotiating in Post-Disaster Situations,” their newest Special Report. In it you’ll find a comprehensive blueprint for developing negotiation tactics that will help categorize and monetize your belongings. Knowing the value of what you possess will make bartering easier, and when your survival depends on it, your negotiation skills can mean the difference between life and death.
Survival skills courses are becoming more popular than ever, and television shows like “Doomsday Preppers” on the National Geographic Channel are bringing new awareness to the growing contingency of disaster preparation enthusiasts. In fact, states like Florida are realizing the strong following that outdoor and survival courses can receive.
An Associated Press article from March 2012 highlighted the “Becoming an Outdoors-Woman” classes offered in Florida’s Ocala National Forest, which is attracting females away from the typical spa vacations and shopping excursions that make up normal outings.
“The program began two decades ago in Wisconsin,” said the article, “and has spread to 40 states and Canada as a way to teach women the skills needed to enjoy outdoor activities. In Florida, three workshops are held in different parts of the state throughout the year. Organizers say the sessions are so popular they usually fill up just days after they are announced.”
That sort of interest in survival skills is what drives Absolute Rights’ Special Report. It informs people on the best negotiation methods used by top military and security agencies. Bartering is so important that the practical exam for the Army’s Special Forces Unit extensively tests applicants for their negotiation skills. If it’s vital enough for the Green Berets, it will be vital for you in times of disaster.
“Bartering with Desperate People” shares the tips and tricks to smart negotiating. It will develop those skills and will also help you recognize when they are being used against you. There are certain things that you should never do or say while bartering, and the Special Report tells you what to avoid.
Catastrophe preparedness can never be underestimated. Equipping yourself with the means to survive any disaster will give you the confidence and peace of mind you’ll need to avoid panic and stress.
Crises make people desperate and sometimes even dangerous. Working with them to get what you need may not be as easy as asking a neighbor for a cup of sugar. Negotiation is one of the best survival skills during a disaster, and “Bartering with Desperate People” is the ideal guide. To find out how to obtain your own copy, go to https://absoluterights.com/reports/bartering-with-desperate-people/.