How to Handle a Crisis by Former Chief Dennis Evers

Doctor Prepper interviews Dennis Evers, a former cop and a police chief, who now lives the lifestyle of a prepper with his family in the mountains of Colorado. His easy–to-use book helps other preppers deal with the daily crises that arise in life, when emergencies strike. His son-in-law, an ER physician, assisted in the writing of this worst-case scenario book, aptly named How to Handle a Crisis. At less than $10, this valuable resource will fit anywhere for instant reference.

Dennis has written for years in his spare time about disaster preparedness and recovery, and terrorism and business continuity for some of the most prestigious security, business and government-oriented publications in the US, most of them on assignment. His emergency response book has sold over 160,000 copies globally to police, fire, the Secret Service, all branches of the military and government, and is used by numerous Fortune 500 companies as an emergency S.O.P.

How to Handle a Crisis is for individuals, groups, institutions and businesses that want a simple, quick reference for virtually all threats––from tornadoes to terrorism and bomb threats to broken bones.

Dennis’ first published book, The Pocket Partner, has sold more than 150,000 copies worldwide, and is used by professional responders, emergency services, the military, governments, corporate giants that include airlines, aircraft builders, theme parks, computer manufacturers, universities, schools, hospitals,  as well as individuals.

Get a copy of How to Handle a Crisis, by Dennis Evers.

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Defense Psychology, Physiology, Mindset Triple Dose

In this episode of Keeping It Real: Urban Survival for the Real World I decided to put together three of my articles from Survival Quarterly Magazine to help guide you through the psychological, physiological and mental aspects of facing aggressive conflict.

Often times we focus years of our life into training physical self-defense techniques but almost ignore an equally important piece of any good self-defense plan, bringing our body and mindset into the plan.

With this episode I hope to get you started on the path of researching this important topic further and staging the most effective defensive plan possible.

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Massad Ayoob on Home Invasions

He’s Chuck Norris’ Chuck Norris, if ya know what I mean.

Seriously, if you care anything about upholding the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution and you don’t know who Massad is yet, you’re in for a treat. He’s written tons, continues to author articles, is a coveted guest lecturer, expert witness, and a living resource who is as witty as he is kind.

This audio comes from a YouTube video that I just happened across. I don’t own the copyright and it’s presented here so that folks can visit Massad’s website, register for his courses, purchase his instructional DVDs, look for his works, and support his efforts.

As always, remember…

You must always follow the 4 RULES OF GUN SAFETY:
1. Treat every gun as if it is loaded.
2. Do not point a gun at anything you do not wish to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target and you are ready to shoot.
4. Be aware of your backstop and what is beyond the target.

Top Ten Items to Stockpile for Emergencies (Audio Download)

How many of these Top 10 Essentials are in your Emergency Stockpile? Compare SnoMan’s list with yours…Anything surprise you? I was surprised because I don’t have #7 in my kit…maybe I should reconsider based on what he says…what do you think?

Visit his YouTube channel SNO Multimedia & Subscribe…and go to his blog to read this article in its entirety 10 Items to Stockpile Right Now. This audio download was made with his permission.

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Survival News Online, Top 10 Stockpile Items

Alan Madison, Executive Producer of Nat Geo’s Doomsday Preppers

Exclusive interview with Doomsday Preppers’ Executive Producer Alan Madison!

Listen to Secrets of a Survivalist Radio Show’s exclusive interview with Doomsday Preppers’  (and Doomsday Castle’s) Executive Producer Alan Madison!   Listen to Alan as he talks about the inside stories of preppers and their preps from his experience producing three seasons and 48 episodes of Doomsday Preppers,  featuring over 100 preppers in 40 states.  Find out why he thinks the TV series has been so successful and why so many “non-preppers” are tuning in to find out how to become preppers. Listen to hear about some of his favorite preppers, preps,  stories, and preparedness tips, and what he is doing to be more prepared as a result.

Visit Rick Austin’s Secrets of a Survivalist Archives & for more exclusive interviews!

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Safety While Shopping

With black Friday and the Christmas shopping season coming up I thought I would take some time to discuss how to stay safe while out shopping. In this episode of Keeping It Real: Urban Survival for the Real World I discuss vehicle safety, personal safety and ways to protect your identity. There can be a lot of distractions while you’re out shopping during this time of year which is what makes it perfect for those with ill intent, so it is best to take whatever precautions you can to safeguard yourself from theft or a violent attack. Just a few simple things can go a long way in your plan for personal protection.

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Introducing Keeping It Real: Urban Survival For The Real World with Joshua Swanagon

Being the first episode of “Keeping It Real: Urban Survival for the Real World” I decided to use this opportunity to introduce myself and my show. I discuss the premise of the show, my experience, my background, my time with Survival Quarterly Magazine, my style of self-defense/self-preservation training, my martial arts background and some personal insights into who I am on a personal level. I look forward to passing on some good knowledge in an entertaining and enlightening way and this episode is a great place to start.

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Cellphones…Wake Up People!

In this episode I discuss the importance of being aware of your surroundings and picking your head up from the phone every once in a while. This episode follows the recent shooting tragedy on the San Francisco train. I discuss the color codes of awareness and a dangerous game being played by teens that have caused the deaths of many unsuspecting victims and how you can avoid being their next victim.

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Situational Awareness

Today I discuss a topic that came up at one of my Safety Takes Brains women’s self-defense seminars about what to do if you are walking down the street talking on your phone and suddenly realize you’re being followed. I also discuss what types of things to focus on in a description and options of where to go for safety.

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Combatives with Waysun Johnny Tsai, Interview

Today I spend some time with my good friend Waysun Johnny Tsai of C.U.M.A. Survival School discussing the differences between traditional martial arts and combatives. Johnny discusses his extensive traditional martial arts background and his transition into combatives and why. Later I corner him for you and get him to spill the beans on some exciting upcoming new products and projects and find out where you can find him at SHOT Show this year to meet him for yourself, he really is worth stopping by and saying hi.

Also, in this episode I started a new segment I am excited about called “Reviews You Can Use” where I review products that I really like, use and feel keep in with the spirit of the show. On today’s “Reviews You Can Use” I decided that in honor of having Johnny on the show I would review one of his products that I use every day. You’ll have to listen to find out what it is, but I can tell you it is a great product.

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