Tag Archives: Resilience

  • Insider
    Episode 031 Part 2

    Time To Get More Resilient

    Cognitive warfare Is underway
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, October 12, 2021, 6:52 PM

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    Video Description This video is a continuation. If you haven’t watched Part 1, find it here. “They” either have some sort of a plan or agenda they are sticking to or “they” haven’t got one.  Neither is an attractive option because both are destined to end in economic failure.  And that’s if we’re lucky.  If…

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    Peak Insider Live 007

    Worried About Shortages? Supply Chain Meltdowns? Get Your Questions Answered!

    Join us for Peak Insider Live 007
    by Whitney

    Tuesday, October 5, 2021, 9:35 AM

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    Chris and Evie will be tackling the various economic breakdowns and shortages occurring across the globe and their aftereffects on supply chains and other critical systems.  Just as importantly as forecasting what’s coming is building resilience regardless of your life phase or circumstances.  Trust us, it’s within reach!

    Join us for this crucial conversation to chart a path forward with like-minded people!

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    Designing the Way Forward…

    Join us for Peak Insider Live 007
    by Whitney

    Monday, October 4, 2021, 5:13 PM

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    As mentioned in our original post, we’re looking forward to strategizing on how to navigate shortages, supply chain disruptions, the energy crisis, and our personal resilience in Peak Insider Live 007 this Thursday, October 7 at 7pm (EDT).

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    Food Preservation Methods

    Tips and strategies for deepening your pantry
    by Samantha Biggers

    Wednesday, September 22, 2021, 5:03 PM

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    Over the last 18 months, the shortages and economic uncertainty of the nation have led to many people not only gardening but putting back food by canning and other food preservation methods. Unfortunately, throughout the COVID-19 fiasco, some food preservation products have been in short supply.

    Canning jars and lids are still hard to find in some areas. In other locations, the availability is sporadic. While canning is a great way to put back food, there are some clear disadvantages too. No food preservation method is perfect for all situations. It is likely in your best interest to use a variety of food preservation methods to keep your pantry stocked through good times and bad.

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    Episode 028 Part 2

    They’ve Overplayed Their Hand

    Which means it’s time to prepare
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, September 21, 2021, 7:52 PM

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    Video Description This video is a continuation. If you haven’t watched Part 1, find it here. It’s always darkest before the dawn.  Recent glimmers of light suggest that people are finally awakening from the great delusion.  Our authorities have overplayed their hand and pushed too far. It’s doubtful they will learn from this, but will…

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    Honey Badger Farms

    Gathering At Honey Badger Farms

    Time for "Parallel Structures" Oct 15-17
    by Chris Martenson

    Saturday, September 18, 2021, 7:06 PM

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    Hi there.  Evie and I are going to open our farm up for an experiment in “parallel structures” which means having fun, sharing skills and company, and hopefully enjoying a fine fall weekend in New England. If you are local(ish) to the Western MA area, we have a few spots left to join other Peak…

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    Episode 026 Part 2

    Divisiveness From Elites

    …is uniting people
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, September 14, 2021, 6:27 PM

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    The ruling elites have entirely lost their way.  Now maniacally focused on one thing and one thing only, pushing vaccines, they are shredding what’s left of the confidence in our major institutions and their policies.
    The good news?  There’s another large study showing the staggering effectiveness of multidrug treatments for Covid.  But these studies aren’t supported by the CDC, FDA or NIH, and are instead unfunded and then often refused at the major journals.  There’s really nothing to fear from Covid, not at the societal level.  Individually?  Sure, depending on your age and health there’s a matrix of risk that might indicate a healthy caution is warranted.
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    Chris Interviews His Daughter, Erica Martenson

    How to live a beautiful life
    by Whitney

    Tuesday, September 7, 2021, 11:46 AM

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    Time for some good news. Listen in to hear about how a remarkable young woman has crafted a beautiful life of meaning and purpose. Erica, Chris’s daughter, has carved out a unique life of simplicity, community and beauty. A life many are aspiring towards.

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    Webinar 004 Webinar 004

    Webinar Replay on Shortages and the Economic Turmoil Ahead

    Watch the video replay!
    by Whitney

    Wednesday, August 4, 2021, 7:26 AM

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    Here at Peak Prosperity, we’re feeling called on to be more of a community in order to support our personal efforts and secure our collective resilience.  One of the key ways we can build that connection and devise strategies together is through the intimate webinar format.

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    Webinar 004

    Webinar recording Is NOW POSTED

    Come Join the Conversation
    by Whitney

    Wednesday, August 4, 2021, 7:26 AM

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    Webinar 004 is happening on Thursday, August 5, 7:00-8:30pm EDT!

    As noted in our initial call, we need your help in order to strategize ways to brave changing economic and social waters.  Please join us!

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