If you died, would the people close to you…
…say they’d learned survival and preparedness from you?
That’s the question Warrior Life’s Buck Greene asked himself recently.
Buck’s father put him on the path of preparedness, making him a lifelong survivor.
And boy, did he teach a LOT by example!
Every one of us should strive to live by a similar example when it comes to our own loved ones.
In this this week’s podcast episode, warriors, a slightly subdued Buck Greene shares the 5 most important “old school” survivalist lessons his late father taught him, and which we should all think about when it comes to our own “legacies of survivalism” for our loved ones.
Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:
- The one tool you should ALWAYS have in your pocket.
- The “nerd carry” that inspires Buck’s EDC to this day!
- An out-of-the-box item that you should always have in the woods.
- What an “organized hoarder” can teach younger generations!
- And much, much more!
As always, I’d love to hear from you on our blog regarding YOUR thoughts on this topic.
Share your tips, tricks, and thoughts with me… and help us build our Warrior Life community.