It's Friday! We have a Q&A show today. But please listen. My economic concern continues to grow and I want you to be prepared for what could happen economically in the future. It's very serious.
The future will be one of the following:
1. Same as now or better
2. Similar to a recession
3. Similar to a depression
4. Similar to mad max
5. Void of humans due to asteroid hitting earth or similar calamity
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Hurricane Katrina taught us a huge number of important lessons. In today's show, we listen to the account of a survivor.
The tagline of RPF is "...living a rich life now..." But it's hard to LIVE a rich life if you're dead.
So I'd like to help you--and others--have a higher potential of staying alive.
I have looked and looked for practical responses to the recent school shooting and have found very few.
This is my best effort to help you with some practical solutions to the problem.
I did my best in today's show to keep it free of politics and free of guns. (To be fair, I think it's best to say it's politics-lite and gun-lite.)
Give it a listen. Even if you are frustrated by the current gun debate, I think you'll find some useful, practical ideas to help you defend your own life and the lives of others--even in a non-permissive environment.
As we all watch and process the mass shooting in Las Vegas this weekend, I thought it would be appropriate to share a few lessons learned.
I always try to process an event like this with an eye towards the lessons I can learn.
The tactical situation in Las Vegas was impossible. I don't think you could imagine a worse situation to be in as a concert-goer. An absolute nightmare.
But, I do have a few thoughts that I think can help. And since I don't hear anyone sharing anything practical, here are my suggestions.
If you have additional practical, actionable ideas, I'd love to hear them.
I've been busy today preparing for Hurricane Irma here at the Radical Personal Finance Global Headquarters.
At the moment, the National Hurricane Center forecasts the eye of the storm to pass squarely over HQ.
So, I thought I'd record a podcast and share a few things with you:
Gotta run! Lots to do...