There is always time to prepare, says Fabian Ommar, author of Street Survivalism : A Practical Training Guide To Life In The City. So if you’re starting to feel like maybe it’s time to get ready for a changing future, don’t panic. It’s not too late. The thing to realize about time is the price of delaying action. It’s a curve: the sooner we learn and take action, the lower the cost.

It’s not rocket science: someone wanting to prepare for adversity should seek controlled exposure to adversity. On top of that, develop some skills and train with consistency, increasing the load and adding complications. If you have a method, a blueprint, only commitment, dedication and discipline are required. Long-term mentality is necessary for a long-term game. That sounds like self-help cliché, but everything is cliché if no action is taken.

In the second half of our conversation, Fabian describes some of the experiences we can expect as part of the Third Worldization he senses is coming to the West. Forewarned is fore armed, they say, so be sure to read his analysis and give some thought to how it may affect you.

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