The Survival Group Handbook: How to Plan, Organize and Lead People
Let’s face it, if you’re really planning for a survival situation, you’re going to find yourself in a group situation. Maybe it will be a small group, but as the saying goes, “No man is an island”. The faster you can put a group together and the better organized they are, the better your chances of survival. So, how do you do that?
Well, you can start with The Survival Group Handbook: How to Plan, Organize and Lead People For a Short or Long Term Survival Situation Here’s Amazon’s take:
“The Survival Group Handbook (formerly known as MAGS: The People Part of Prepping, see here for additional book reviews: http://bit.ly/magsreviews) is the first and most comprehensive book ever written on the subject of survival with others. It is designed to walk you through all the steps required to safely and securely find, and work with other people just like you who realize that going it alone in a dark world is not an option. This guide is the instruction manual and reference textbook for the solo survivor, family or national organization regardless of size or mission. By employing the hard learned lessons carefully researched in cooperation with many active groups, and applying sociology, history, law and threat analysis, the survivor will understand what makes a group work, how to build one from scratch, how to fix one that has become dysfunctional and where to put your group in a hurry. If you want to put a razor’s edge on your team, understand how to effectively lead people, increase participation, correct poor group dynamics, and be able to successfully operate under a multitude of conditions, this book holds all the keys to your success.”
And here’s a snippet from a reviewer.
“-Roles within the group. This section will help even the smallest group, like your immediate family, plan and prepare for an extended disaster. Hogwood lists dozens of roles and their responsibilities. All of these are important and made me think about different aspects of survival within a group.
The Survival Handbook is an easy to read, detailed guide to forming, establishing and maintaining a survival group or Mutual Assistance Group (MAG). While the overall emphasis is on a major, society-disrupting event, Hogwood doesn’t overlook less formal versions of the survival group. The concepts found in the handbook can be applied to regional or local disasters (major storm, hurricane, etc.), just as easily as TEOTWAWKI. Highly recommended, even if you have no intention of starting a survival group. Just having this on your shelf when a crisis strikes could be the head start you need to survive and thrive. Once you read the book, I suspect you won’t wait to put some of the principles to work.”
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