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How to make a Documentation Package – Throwback Episode

documentation packageIf you can not tell, being prepared is something that is near and dear to me.  If you are unprepared for life, life will destroy you.  One of the many ways that I am going to teach you guys about is writing things down and having them available for everyone to benefit from within your family.  This is done with a documentation package.  This is a cheap and easy way to be prepared for an emergency.  With the cost of your time, printer paper, ink, and a few 3 ring binders that are lying around the house you can have list of all the information that you will need, EVER.  

Did I mention that you can keep this secret and have the information available for you and it look like nonsense to everyone else?  Check out todays show and learn how!  This is not a podcast that is here to scare you.  I am trying to make sure that if something does happen, you are prepared.  This podcast has made a valuent effort to make you a more prepared family man.  If you are having a hard time with this, check out some other podcasts with this subject.  Just click under the tag cloud lables Prep and Survival.  You can get all of your no nonsense, no tin foil hat information there!

fraternity of gentlemen

What goes into making a Documentation Package?

  • Why this matters to a gentlemen
  • What do you need to put it together
  • What do you put inside one of these
  • How many and where do I keep these

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