Why You Need a Bug Out Plan: The rational person's guide to deciding if bugging out can really help you by Scott Becker

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Book review

Do normal people really need a bug out bag, let alone a plan?
I was almost killed before I could answer that question.
Once I came to, I promised myself I’d do whatever it took to learn how to survive the massive disasters that endanger all of us. Little did I know that it would take 21 years of extreme homesteading, SAR (Search And Rescue), EMS (Emergency Medical Services), SWAT (Law Enforcement Special Operations) and much more (some of which I can’t talk about) to discover the solution.
This concise new book answer the question many non-extremists are asking: do I really need a bug out bag?
You’ll learn a bunch of cool stuff, including how I explained ‘the bug out’ to a big Hollywood Producer last week.
In this brand new book you’ll learn:
•Learn the 7 word definition of bugging out, in a way that makes sense to non-preppers
•Shelter-in-Place or Bug Out, what’s the best survival strategy? (The answer will surprise you!)
•Life-Threatening situations when bugging out is the WRONG choice
•6 common bug out myths that could kill you, and how to fix them including:
oThe ‘Survival Moving Van’
o‘Lone Wolf’
oThe Mountain Man Myth
oMobile Retreating: Fabulous or Fatal?
•History vs. Bug Out: Pompeii to China to Louisiana how does bugging out stack up against the historical record?
•How this one sentence can completely change your prepping plans, and save you thousands of dollars
•The #1 problem with the bug out advice you’ve heard
•Learn the T.A.G.S. framework for designing your own comprehensive bug out plan quickly and easily!
•Bonus: visit the included companion webpage and download your free threat assessment worksheet, and watch the comprehensive free video training!
This is not ‘another gear list’ book or a zombie fantasy by frat boys. Rather Scott digs deep, moves fast, and answers the question many busy professionals and everyday people are asking.
Here are a few excerpts of the cool stuff you’ll learn:
In chapter 1 we’re going to dive right into exactly why this little book can change your entire approach to disaster survival, instantly give you crystal clarity in your overall prepping goals (whether that’s as simple as having a couple of fire extinguishers around the house, or as elaborate as a fully self-sufficient off-grid retreat complete with armored vehicles in the garage)
Apply these strategies fully (which is easy, I’m going to give you the overall master plan in chapter 6!) and it will change your view of the world! Specifically, it will change how you view your current living situation, your prepping plan (if you buy into that sort of thing), and your financial priorities.
Very cool stuff.
Oh, and then in chapter 2 I’ll share part of my story so you know a bit about my background and how lacking the answer to this question almost killed me.
Twice. Which is rather embarrassing…
Then in chapter 3 we are going to demolish some common bug out myths, and get you straight so those fallacies don’t trip you up down the road. Plus you’ll be able to help your friends not make these potentially lethal mistakes…
From Chapter 4: And as I started looking for early warnings to seemingly sudden and catastrophic disasters throughout history, I found something very interesting…
From Chapter 5: “So when you are doing your threat assessment, be sure to factor those ‘hidden’ dangers into your plan.”
From Chapter 6: “In fact, for many years I really struggled keeping everything in hand without freaking out about missing details and lost puzzle pieces.
Until I finally developed the T.A.G.S. framework.
Then, relief…
And I hope it proves as helpful to you.”
Bonus from Scott: I want your honest feedback. So in return for writing a quick Amazon review and sending me a screenshot of it, I want to give you for free the audiobook version of this book. My gift to you. You’ll find my personal email address right inside the book, so post that quick review (I’m not looking for Shakespeare here!) and

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