The only thing I remember about my great-grandpa was seeing him lying on a table hooked up with tubes. I got close to the table and he rolled his head over towards me. I think he put his hand on my head. I remember being scared of his big, wrinkly hand. Lung cancer from regular pipe smoking had ravaged his body, and he wasn’t too far away from dying. His legacy lives on in my family, though.
One of the things great-grandpa apparently always said was this:
“Learn as much as you can about as much as you can.”
Though he died when I was very young, I’ve carried those words with me. I think it is that type of thinking that is largely behind why his son (my grandpa) can do just about anything. He’s learned as much as he can about as much as he can.
I think this mindset can be a great boon to the prepper as well. One could even argue that the notion of ‘learning as much as you can about as much as you can’ is inherent to prepping. Think about it. With prepping, you first need to know about the threats out there. People analyze EMPs, nukes, foreign wars, the growth of tyranny, supply chain problems, famines, disease, and a whole host of other potentialities.
Then, people go from there. They learn what foods to store and how to store them. (Perhaps they read our free QUICKSTART Guide on canning?) They learn all they can about going off the grid. They learn about bushcraft, camping, and backpacking (the ever-present bug-out bag). They learn about how to deal with extremes of temperatures when the power goes out. They know how to protect gear against an EMP, what to barter with, and basic concepts about privacy.
Prepping forces you to learn as much as you can about as much as you can.
It’s largely because of this that preppers are such voracious learners. Ask any bookseller, content creator, or author out there. Preppers can burn through some books. They attend training seminars, conferences, and lectures, all with the same goal in mind: being able to become more self-sufficient and better able to care for and protect those whom they love.
This is a badge of pride. It’s an honorable goal.
It’s because of this that you’re going to want to check out our newest course bundle: The Learn EVERYTHING You Can Bundle.
Within this bundle, you get:
- Selco: One Year in Hell
- Selco: SHTF Survival Bootcamp
- Cat: Herbal Skills Intensive
- Daisy: Build a Better Pantry on a Budget
- Daisy: Bloom Where You’re Planted
Let’s start with the first two on the list by Selco.
This man is a true survivor. Not only did he survive the Balkan War, but he gleaned a lifetime of lessons from it. His works are amazing and are filled with valuable lessons. If you’re a fan of AmericanPartisan.org, Don Shift recently mentioned Selco as being one of his favorite writers out there.
As Don Shift lays out what his favorite books are, he says he enjoys “anything Selco Begovic has written.” If you’re looking for actionable intelligence on what life in a without rule of law (WROL) environment is like, what keeps you alive WROL, what gets you killed, and what the tangible lessons are of prepping, you’re going to want to check out Selco’s courses.
And what about Cat’s course?
Regular readers of The Organic Prepper will remember that we just released Cat’s Herbal Skills Intensive the other week. We were ecstatic when Cat of Herbal Prepper came on board with us. Not only is she an accomplished musician, but she’s a wealth of knowledge when it comes to anything related to herbal medicine.
Considering that we’re seeing people being turned away left and right from hospitals based on the individual’s personal beliefs, nationality, or their refusal to take experiments, there’s no time like the present to learn about the potential health benefits of herbs.
Within this intensive course, Cat will teach you the ins and outs of what can initially seem to be a very daunting and intimidating subject. Cat shows you that this doesn’t have to be the case and will teach you what you need to know in as clear of a manner as possible.
Could we call this a bundle a bouquet? It’s full of Daisies!
Our very own Daisy Luther has two of her courses featured in this bundle. First, we have Build a Better Pantry on a Budget. If you’ve ever found yourself depressed at “how expensive prepping is” after looking at emergency food online, this is where you need to start. Daisy lays out exactly what you need to do to put away enough food to keep your family safe during a disaster without breaking the bank.
You don’t have to buy thousands of dollars of freeze-dried foods to be fully prepped. And Daisy can show you just what to do.
“But I don’t have a 100-acre farm! I don’t have the room to prep!” you say. If that’s where you find yourself, living in the smallest of apartments with a postage-stamp-sized yard, then you’re going to want to check out Daisy’s Bloom Where You’re Planted. It’s here that Daisy will walk you through exactly what you need to do to scale your prepping to where you’re at.
It doesn’t matter if you can’t grow your own garden. Within this course, Daisy will show you how to come up with a food storage plan, a water plan, a shelter-in-place plan, a networking plan, and more exactly where you are at right now.
There’s no need to worry about buying that perfect patch of land out in the boondocks if that’s outside of your means at the moment. Daisy can show you how to make things work with what you have around you at the moment.
How do you bloom where you’re planted? Well, a flower’s not a bad place to start with your questions…
This is a limited-time offer!
Ordinarily, if you were to purchase each of these courses separately, you would end up spending $820. But if you act now, before the sale ends, you can pick up this course bundle for just $299.00. That’s a $521.00 savings!
Learn as much as you can about as much as you can. And our course bundle is an excellent means of doing just that.
Aden Tate is a regular contributor to TheOrganicPrepper.com and TheFrugalite.com. Aden runs a micro-farm where he raises dairy goats, a pig, honeybees, meat chickens, laying chickens, tomatoes, mushrooms, and greens. Aden has two published books, The Faithful Prepper and Zombie Choices. You can find his podcast The Last American on Preppers’ Broadcasting Network.