This show features an exclusive interview with Matthew Stein, author of “When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency”. This program was going to be a paid class, but we decided to get it to you absolutely free. This show is not be missed, Don’t live in fear, just be prepared.
You’ll Discover life-saving tools that will prepare you for any emergency, including:
* The “Pit of the Stomach exercise”, and how could it save my life in a crisis situation
* Putting together a “Grab-and-Run Kit” (also known as 72-hour kits, short-term emergency kit, etc.) and why you should have one
* Why you should have a family emergency plan and what kind of things should it cover
* How you can disinfect “ditch water” using just sunshine
* Discover the most important emergency supplies to have on hand, in case of any type of disaster
* Don’t be scared, be prepared as you find out the six major trends that threaten our world today
Matthew Stein is the author of the best selling book, When Technology Fails, a comprehensive manual on sustainable living skills, survival, and disaster preparations. Stein is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he majored in Mechanical Engineering.
In recognition of his expertise, Stein has appeared on over a hundred radio and television programs and is a repeat guest on dozens of shows, including Fox News, MSNBC, Lionel, Coast-to-Coast AM, and the Thom Hartmann Show. He has also written several articles on the subject of sustainable living and is a guest columnist for the Huffington Post.
In addition to being an engineer, product designer, and green builder, Stein has been an active outdoorsman since he was a small child, an extreme skier and climber (over a hundred Yosemite Valley ascents including several El Capitan and Half Dome big walls), and volunteers as a guide and cross country ski instructor for the blind with the Sierra Regional Ski for Light program. Stein currently resides with his wife Josie in the High Sierra Mountains near Lake Tahoe, California.