When you think about being prepared, you probably think about how much food, water, and medicine you have on hand should something drastic happen… like a failure of the power grid or an economic collapse that leaves you out of work for months on end.
That kind of preparedness is important. But don’t overlook being prepared for everyday situations.
Things like surviving a car accident… dealing with a dog attack… or properly barricading a door in the case of a home invasion.
In the following YouTube video, a former CIA agent shares tips for dealing with eleven different life-threatening situations that happen more often than major natural disasters…