Sam Sheridan has traveled the world as an amateur boxer and mixed martial arts fighter; he has worked as an EMT, a wilderness firefighter, a sailor, a cowboy at the largest ranch in Montana, and in construction under brutal conditions at the South Pole. If he isn’t ready for the Apocalypse and the fractured world that will likely ensue, we are all in a lot of trouble.
Despite an arsenal of skills that puts many to shame, when Sam became a father he was beset with nightmares about being unable to protect his son. With disaster images from … read more
“This book is not only very interesting but it is a valuable primer on why preparedness is so important. I recommend it as an excellent read. Admiral Charles R. Larson, U.S. Navy (Ret.), former Commander-in-Chief U.S. Pacific Command.” (Operational commander for the recovery efforts after the typhoon in Bangladesh and the eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines.)
The importance of home preparedness cannot be understated. Steve Craig’s ‘Chronicles of Katrina’ is a very interesting travel history of the Gulf Coast area after Katrina during his five visits to the area for the Coast Guard. His expertise … read more
Leadership Gold took leadership guru John C. Maxwell a lifetime to write, and it delivers his most valuable lessons from forty years of leading.
A leader among leaders, John Maxwell promised himself early in his career that he wouldn’t write this book until he was sixty. And now it’s finally here. Leadership Gold took Maxwell a lifetime to write, and it delivers his most valuable lessons from forty years of leading. With his signature style, Maxwell comes alongside like a mentor, candidly taking readers through what feels like a one-on-one leadership program. Leadership Gold offers the best of … read more