Survive-The Economic Collapse

Survive-The Economic Collapse

For millions of people, the ongoing economic crisis has marked the End of the World As We Know It. The "American Dream" (and ones like it) of a guaranteed job, a home, and a pension, has given way to the nightmare of unemployment, unpayable debt, depression, and uncertainty. In Survive The Economic Collapse, Piero San Giorgio looks behind the headlines and sound bites and demonstrates that today's economic crisis is no temporary "downturn," nor is it simply the result of bad policies. The crisis is the beginning of the end of a global paradigm when expectations of endless economic growth and progress crash up against the reality of scarcity and limited resources. The implications of the collapse cannot be ignored: a steep decline in living standards due to the evaporation of easy credit; a new political landscape that might inspire nationalism, geopolitical reshuffling, and even wars over resources; and, potentially, a reduction in global population. No mere doom-sayer, San Giorgio explains not just how to understand the crisis but overcome it how to foster a resilient community, stay healthy, and become self-sufficient and productive in the "interesting times" that lie ahead. Packed with tactical information and resources, Survive is nothing less than a field manual for the apocalypse.

Survive The Recession - Revised 2020 Edition

A Guide For The Average Person

Survive The Recession - Revised 2020 Edition

This is the revised 2020 version that addresses the current situation we all face.This book is for the average person who may be wondering what to do in a recession or economic crisis.No financial jargon, terminology, long winded theories, or investing blueprints.Simply common sense advice that the average person can understand.The book looks at what can trigger a recession or economic crisis and what the average person can do to get through such an event.It looks at what happens before, during, and after, an economic downturn and what can be learned by the average person.It also looks at what the average person can do to prepare ahead of time.

How to Survive the Recession and the Recovery

How to Survive the Recession and the Recovery

Since March 2001 more than one million North Americans have lost their jobs. In December 2001, the fourth-largest corporation in America declared bankruptcy. The stock market has lost more than 30 percent of its value in the last year. There is widespread turmoil internationally. We are headed for a recession.

The Secret Exposed

Survive the Recession by Mastering the Law of Attraction

The Secret Exposed

The economy is changing, and inflation is going up at an increasing rate. When you turn to the news, you see people rioting, protesting Wall Street, and looking for answers. Now is the time to begin thinking of a plan to secure your future. The Law of Attraction is a tool to be used for encouragement and enlightenment. This book shows you how to master this skill and be prepared for future changes.

How to Survive the Recession a Vermont Perspective

How to Survive the Recession a Vermont Perspective

"The secret to surviving the worst recession in modern history can be found in the most unlikely place: VERMONT. This according to Green Mountain state native Bob Stannard who believes that Vermont has been in a recession since around 1790. Bob's mystified that the rest of the world is struggling with the effects of a fiscal meltdown. In his view, simply living a lifetime in Vermont is about all you need to prepare yourself for a global meltdown. In this book, Bob shares his discovery of a way to carve a living out of his tiny state by doing just about...well...everything. He has worked as a logger, owned a lawn and garden business, run an energy audit company, served as a state representative and local selectman, sold commercial real estate, performed as a professional blues singer and harmonica player, and currently earns his living as a lobbyist. Aside from teaching how best to cope during the hard times, Stannard also takes time in his book, modestly to explain the meaning of life"--Publisher.

Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's Ok

How to Survive the Economic Collapse and Be Happy

Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That's Ok

This book explores the impact of technological advances on our lives, what it means to be happy, and provides suggestions on how to avoid a systemic collapse.

SURVIVE THE RECESSION

Spiritual and Practical Tips to Find a Better Financial Future

SURVIVE THE RECESSION

The recession has led many to feel hopeless, but practical and spiritual solutions are within reach for those who truly want to find a more rewarding life. By applying spiritual and practical principles, Idowu Kotila brings consolation to those who are confused and suffering. These solutions may start with God, but they end with the actions that people take. Instead of relying on big government to solve your problems, it’s essential to plan for and react to a crisis. This book helps you • judiciously use your income; • avoid wasteful spending; • appropriately manage credit; • take care of your family. Packed with powerful biblical verses, this book helps you move closer to God and transform your state of thinking and how you relate to others. When you make God a priority in your life, abundance is virtually guaranteed. The recession is an opportunity to act. Take the necessary steps to get your spiritual and financial house in order, and reap the rewards as you Survive the Recession.

Survive the Crunch!

What Kiwis Need to Know to Survive the Recession

Survive the Crunch!

What you need to know to get through the recession in one piece financially. It is divided into parts: Your Job; Your Money; Your Home; Your Children; Your Free Time. Survive the Crunch makes shows readers how to go online to effectively get information about increasing income, saving money and involving your whole family.

Twelve Steps Business Executives Can Take to Survive the Next Recession in Terms of Organizational Restructuring

Twelve Steps Business Executives Can Take to Survive the Next Recession in Terms of Organizational Restructuring

Leaders who participate in organizational restructuring know the difficulty involved in the process of finding the most successful solution. This book offers twelve steps for helping the organization to prepare for the next recession in terms of organizational restructuring. These twelve steps are valuable tips and insights to help todays leaders. In the book you will find the importance of understanding and recognizing the impact of organizational restructuring and better ways to usher in change. The book provides a space at the end of each step for you to reflect on what insight you gained and to make your own notes. The book provides a framework for you to integrate your own thoughts as you embark on such a significant journey with your organization.

A Musician's Guide to Surviving the Great Recession

Practical Tips for Living a Truly Better Life in a Precarious Economy

A Musician's Guide to Surviving the Great Recession

Live better on less and have more fun doing it! This book offers hardcore, real-world, practical advice on how anyone can survive in a precarious economy. Learn useful tips and creative strategies, from a hardworking musician who, like most professional musicians, knows, from hard-won experience, how to not only keep the annoying wolf from the door, but how to give him a painful wedgie, so he'll finally give up and leave you the f*&k alone. Two reasons you should take seriously what this book has to say: 1. Musicians are experts at living on next-to-nothing. Musicians, notoriously unemployed and underpaid, have always had to get by on less, so we're well versed in the tricks and strategies of bare-bones, economic survival. But, of course, sheer survival is not nearly enough. 2. Musicians know how to live fun, fulfilling and productive lives without following all the mind-numbing, conventional '9 to 5' rules of mainstream society! Musicians don't like to admit it out loud, but the truth is... we sleep late, we have more (and better) sex and we have way more fun at our jobs than most folks. Lawyers practice, accountants calculate, plumbers plumb, but musicians... well, when we go to work... we play! You can hold your breath and wait for the global economy to improve... or you can read this book!