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How to Prepare for the Unexpected

In this Show

Are you prepared for things that happen to you? I’m not just talking about natural disasters, I’m talking about economic collapse. Being prepared for what comes tomorrow means you have to prepare today. What are you doing to put yourself in a position to make it through whatever comes your way? When you’re in a bad position you start thinking unethical. People start stealing things because you start worrying about survival! Here are 3 ways to prepare for the unexpected in life and get ahead of the problems:

1) Lean and Mean — You know you can cut some costs today. Sacrifice a little today for some freedom tomorrow.

2) Awareness — What is happening around you that can affect you? If you don’t have your eyes open, you can get blindsided.

3) Invest in education — Learn something new and always look to improve yourself so your life can be easier!

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