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Empathy, Ideas and Great Feasts

I had an interview lined up with Bear Independent. It fell through because of some nasty weather. The CHAOS ENSUED! <a class=”spreaker-player” href=”https://www.spreaker.com/episode/17810148″ data-resource=”episode_id=17810148″ data-width=”100%” data-height=”200px” data-theme=”light” data-playlist=”false” data-playlist-continuous=”false” data-autoplay=”false” data-live-autoplay=”false” data-chapters-image=”true” data-episode-image-position=”right” data-hide-logo=”false” data-hide-likes=”false” data-hide-comments=”false” data-hide-sharing=”false” data-hide-download=”true” >Listen to “Empathy, Ideas and Great Feasts” on Spreaker.</a> <script async src=”https://widget.spreaker.com/widgets.js”></script>


May 21, 2019 0

Encouraging Young Entrepreneurs – The Next Generation Show

For many of us as kids we sought out to make a quick buck. Maybe it was just to get a piece of candy after school from the vending machines down the road. Maybe it was to save up for a new bike. Maybe it was for long-term savings. Whatever the reason to make money,…
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May 20, 2019 0

Urban Gardening With The Next Generation

One of the benefits of living on a homestead is leaving the urban world behind. But for many people that isn’t an option. So how can you go about creating a more self-sufficient lifestyle in an urban environment? Micro gardening. That’s right. Even in a concrete jungle, there are options that can provide a very…
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May 14, 2019 0

Camping Tips: Do you need a generator while camping?

Camping Tips: Do you need a generator while camping? Camping is a fun and more unique way to enjoy some time outdoors. It can be approached in many different ways from more glamorous glamping to bare bone survivalist and fun family trips with a greater emphasis on games. Camping in some form is an activity…
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May 3, 2019 0

Exploration and Navigation on The Next Generation

Exploration and curiosity are some of the many gifts that children share with us as parents and adults. I remember encouraging my own kids with scavenger hunts and road trips and navigation exercises. And as they grow older, they’ll come to realize the value of simple navigation techniques. Whether they roam the planet, climb the…
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May 3, 2019 0

Should You Prepare for your Community

Blasphemy! I know but I want to talk about this in all sincerity on tonights show. I think its important that we step becak from our preconceived notions that everyone except us is useless. We are not all saints ourselves!  Listen to “Should You Prepare For Your Community?” on Spreaker. What could a neighbor be…
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May 1, 2019 0

A Case for Horses in The Apocalypse – The Next Generation Show

Horses have been around for centuries, and without a doubt changed every culture they were introduced to. But in the last few decades, horsemanship has dwindled to a tiny fraction of what it once was. This week we are joined with prepping team Dale and Lisa of the Survivalist Prepper Podcast and Budget Equestrian to…
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April 27, 2019 0

Gunsmithing the 1911 Part 3

How do we smith the 1911? What gunsmithing projects need to be done and what doesn’t? What upgrades can anyone do? Wanna find out? Tune in.


April 25, 2019 0

Affordable Survival Gear for Beginners

  We have a terrible habit, as humans, of looking at people who are older, more experienced and comparing ourselves to them. This happens in all aspects of life. You see a guy with all the survival gear and you cannot help but think, “I am way behind.” All that’s missing is some training and…
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April 24, 2019 0

The Great Dividing Assumptions

What are we really fighting about? Well, a lot of it has to do with assumptions we make of one another. We assume we know a person on face value. Life is much deeper than that. In this episode we are going to look at the Great Dividing Assumptions from my book Come Unity; Community.…
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April 24, 2019 0

“Give Me Shelter” – The Next Generation Show

Shelter is huge. Shelter keeps us shielded from harsh weather. Shelter allows us to function at a normal level. Shelter brings the most basic of comforts. But without it, we are exposed. Vulnerable. Extreme cold, or extreme heat, combined with either humidity or dry air has potential to significantly reduce our ability to survive. Last…
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April 20, 2019 0

How to Prepare for Disaster with Chronic Illness

  Prepping for a disaster, whether man-made or natural, is already difficult in its own right. The difficulties you will find yourself in can only be made even more strenuous when dealing with a chronic illness. However, when the economy collapses or the power grid goes down and the clock starts ticking, it is absolutely…
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April 17, 2019 2

Three Steps to Create a Prepared Community

You are not alone. Even though it feels that way, trust me, you are far from alone. Not only are there people all around you but they want to know you. They want to be part of a prepared community. Listen to “Community in Three Steps with I AM Liberty” on Spreaker. The big lie…
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April 15, 2019 1