Planning for System Failure and Weighing the Consequences.


By Matthew Giguere

The Centrist Point

I like to look on the bright side of things but it’s always good to have a backup plan; I’m not predicting some sort of epic meltdown here. I do, however, think it is a reasonable assumption that as economic conditions deteriorate in certain countries, the basic systems we take for granted will suffer.
Overall, we shouldn’t dwell on the negative; it demotivates us, keeps us from being our best and making the most out of our lives. But, we should take precautions and cover all the bases. Think of the USMC “P Rule”, or in other words, proper prior planning prevents piss-poor performance. Pardon the crude language, but it gets the message across. Prepare now, while you can, because nobody knows when it is going to be too late.

Here are a few personal thoughts you can take to get started and help yourself survive in a bad economy.  (Continue story)

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Posted on March 23, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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