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This is an interesting way to look at a person who is preparing for an SHTF scenario. We have a legitimate prepper resume. What are we truly capable of?
I am a firm believe in the idea that we cannot get any better if we do not know where we are at right now. What are our weaknesses and strengths today? What goals are we pushing for and more importantly are we holding ourselves accountable to those goals?
So how do you calculate a Prepper Resume?
What is your relative experience of survival? What jobs have you had or what things do you do with your time to really concretize your survival and prepper skills.
What jobs have done in your life and what true experience have you undergone that has made you a better prepper. This does not include one-offs. We are talking about having been a hunter for 15 years. Being a camper or hiker for 5 years.
Do you devote any of your time to survival and prepping education. All preppers should be prepared to take some classes and courses each year. These could be in tactical, survival, navigation or even simple first aid courses.
Education should be part of your prepper resume.
This is a rare instance that many people dont consider in our world anymore. We are so busy worry about other things that we forget about the service.
Maybe you are a scout leader or maybe you are a person who offers up your time to teach survival or first aid skills. Teaching is the maximization of skills. You never know it better than when you are teaching.
How do you feel about your prepper resume? The best part about it is that you are always building that resume. You can make changes in your life. Just get started.