In todays show, we discuss how sometimes we can lose focus on what really matters in preparedness and lose sight of our main goals. For us to maintain our preparedness level, we need to enjoy doing it. While there are some significant challenges, there is confidence to be gained from prepping as well.
Along with focusing on the important stuff, we’ll also be going over how prepping will help in everyday life, even if nothing happens, and how to handle any objections to prepping that you might hear. This goes for family, friends, or someone you have a casual relationship with.
While there is no doubt that preparedness comes with its own set of challenges, there is no need to add undue weight to an already complex collection of concerns. Sometimes we create these complexities without realizing we are, and by understanding them, we can avoid them.
At its core, prepping is relatively basic, but we can lose sight of the big picture at times by giving something more energy or attention than it deserves. Using the acronym K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Stupid), we can avoid these distractions and focus on what truly matters.
While the average person may have some misguided beliefs about what a prepper is, they usually have no idea. The actual definition of a prepper is “An individual or group that prepares or makes preparations in advance of, or prior to, any change in normal circumstances, without substantial resources from outside sources.” Not someone who is waiting (or hoping) for the world to end.