Tag Archives: Resilience

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    My Personal Formula For Success

    It can be yours, too
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, September 18, 2020, 9:01 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • Hard Work
    • Persistence
    • Luck
    • Systems Thinking

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Collapse Is A Process, Not An Event, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Because I think in systems, I tend to fashion my projects in ways that they feed off of and interact with each other.

    As well, my systems view informs my sense of how things are going to turn out in the future which defines what I consider to be useful projects to pursue.

    I have a formula for success.  It works really well for me and I want to share it with you.

    Fair warning: not everyone is going to like it.

    Ready?  Here it is…

     

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    Why is this full report restricted to Peak Prosperity’s premium subscribers? Two main reasons:

    One — we reserve our best analysis and most directive guidance for the paying members whose financial support makes operating this site possible. Also, given that some of this material is our “best guess” thinking or can be overly revealing of the details of our personal actions, we’re only willing to share that with this private audience. We wouldn’t feel comfortable having that level of speculative/private information out in the public realm.

    And Two — one of the many benefits of premium membership is closer access to the experts on this site.

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    How 30 years of gardening errors were fixed in 30 minutes

    Gardening and Integrity

    My 30 years of gardening badly suddenly fixed
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, September 18, 2020, 6:28 AM

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    A great reskilling movement to go along with a back to the land movement, all driven by the twin realizations that not only is there an expiration date on the consumer culture but there’s a better life to be had too.  One that is more connected, more fulfilling, and more satisfying.

    Evie and I are already living that dream, as are many of you, and we feel like it’s time to bring that to the world.  This video is one of our ‘rapid prototypes’ towards that aim.

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    Get Ready! Here’s Why Resilience Is More Important Than Ever

    If we don't get our story right, things will only get worse
    by Adam Taggart

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 7:27 AM

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    After 8 months of reporting only on the coronavirus pandemic, it’s high time to pivot and look at the other major trends that will shape the next several decades of our lives, as many of them will have just as much impact — or more — than covid-19.

    In this video, Chris makes the argument for pursuing *resilience* vs growth — both in our individual lives as well as a society.

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    Into The Light: 8 Steps For Surviving What’s Coming

    You'll be a lot better off later for taking these actions now
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, June 26, 2020, 5:45 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • The implications of the Federal Reserve’s massive mistakes
    • The (many) indicators I am watching most closely right now
    • The 8 steps I recommend *everyone* take right now
    • Additional steps I’ve been taking to prepare in my own life over the past 3 months

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Into Darkness: Where The Fed Is Leading Us, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    I’ve been tracking full-time the macro developments driving the world for nearly 20 years now, and at no point have I been this concerned where things are headed. And that’s saying a *lot*.

    So I’ve produced the following hour long video walking you through in great detail the key indicators that worry me and suggest a breakdown of the status quo is a lot closer at hand than most folks imagine.

    I don’t like to simply sound the alarm; I much prefer to offer positive actions we can take to protect ourselves from the coming challenges — and perhaps prosper through them, given the prudent steps we take now. So I give recommendations for 8 steps everyone should be taking now, and share additional preparations I’ve been making in my own life over the recent three months.

    Why is this restricted to Peak Prosperity’s premium subscribers? Two main reasons:

    One — we reserve our best analysis and most directive guidance for the paying members whose financial support makes operating this site possible. Also, I’m willing to share my “best guess” thinking with this private audience on the really tricky questions facing us; I wouldn’t feel comfortable having that level of speculation out in the public realm.

    And Two — one of the many benefits of premium membership is closer access to the experts on this site.

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    Building The Foundations Of A Resilient Life

    Welcome to 'Honey Badger Farm'
    by Chris Martenson

    Saturday, June 13, 2020, 3:24 AM

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    Executive Summary

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Making Sense of the Insensible, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    What I don’t put out in public, besides my daily reminder to “start a garden,” is that I foresee a particularly strong possibility that things will get a lot worse before they get better.

    Social unrest, increases in crime, and food shortages — dangers like that.

    So to shield myself and those I care about, the biggest new initiative I’m undertaking in my own personal life is….

     

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  • Blog

    What’s Possible?

    The key question to ask when looking to replace the status quo
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, December 2, 2019, 5:26 PM

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    As we look at the multiplying signs of failure across our economy and the environment, society is slowing realizing that we need to start doing things differently if we want a future to be proud of. Those awakening to this are asking: What should we do?

    I think a better question to ask is: What’s possible?

    That’s the question that has been waking me up early in the morning for the past few weeks.

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  • Blog

    Should You Relocate To A More Resilient Area?

    What factors to look for when considering relocating
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, November 8, 2019, 3:39 PM

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    Likely a symptom of growing social unease, we’re seeing a surge in interest amongst our readership in relocation.

    Many are folks living in urban and suburban areas worried that local resources and/or rule of law will not hold up well during a serious economic crisis, civil disorder or natural disaster.

    Others have watched Peak Prosperity readers successfully transition to more resilient destinations or even build their own self-sufficient homesteads.

    Specifically, we’re seeing a hunger for guidance on the key factors to assess when asking:

    • How resilient is my current location?
    • Should I relocate?
    • If so, where to? And what criteria should I prioritize in making my decision?

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    The Importance Of A Resilient Life

    In the end, it will mean all the difference
    by Chris Martenson

    Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 4:00 AM

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    My business partner Adam and I recently met with a successful business owner whose career began on Wall Street. The kind of guy who should be rooting for the system, because it has treated him well.

    Instead, he was quite nervous about the sustainability of the status quo. “Starting in August,” he said, “Maybe it was the Amazon catching fire, maybe it was the negative interest rates – I don’t know for certain what the trigger was – but something has snapped.”

    I agree. Because I feel it, too.

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    Resilient Relocation

    Here's our "build it from the ground up" plan
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, September 20, 2019, 6:02 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • When relocation makes sense (and when it doesn’t)
    • Developing the vision & plan for your relocation destination
    • Creating community
    • Which incentives will drive success

    If you have not yet read Part 1: The Importance Of A Resilient Life, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Two weeks ago, I publicly revealed my plans to create a resilient living community. One that will offer me and other like-minded folks a beautiful place to live and positive cash flows.

    In good times, it can be used as a home, as a vacation destination, or simply a passive real estate investment. And if times get bad, it’s a fully-resilient retreat, ready to shelter you and your loved ones.

    The response to my announcement overwhelmed me. It clearly touched a nerve with thousands of people looking for a solution like this, hundreds of which have contacted me. In a week, dozens who want to participate will be meeting at my home in northern Massachusetts.

    Below, I’m sharing the process I’ve designed for this movement. The detailed vision. The requirements for the property we’re hunting for. The skills, attitudes and expertise I’m looking for when (very carefully) choosing who to accept into this community. The incentives for fostering the right group dynamics and discouraging the wrong ones. The financial realities.

    Read on if you’d like to learn more about this specific resilient relocation project, or if you’d like to integrate its insights into one of your own.

    Because if you wait to long to act, you’ll find that… (Enroll now to continue reading)

     

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