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The Power of the Gray Man: Psychology of SHTF

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Being patient is everything when it comes to mastery over your surroundings.

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7 thoughts on “The Power of the Gray Man: Psychology of SHTF

  1. Why would you even consider, bringing my boy Joe, or Lilly into this? They both tell people , how they camp. NO SHTF from either of them. Joe Robinet, is probably the best I’ve ever seen. And your version of SHTF, is so watery, that no one could ever even understand it. How bout you stop trying to sound so smart, and make videos, that might help regular people. Just saying dude. Your very smart, and I agree with most of your stuff. Some people out there just need a more understandable, maybe slower description.

  2. U really made some great points in this video. I remember my father used to tell me “have patience son”. Patience is everything in life. Being ready at all times but waiting for the right moment. Definitely agree being ready now mentally will help u so much when things do get bad. As important it is to have patience u have to remember waiting to long can also hurt u. If u see an opportunity take it. Don’t hesitate when things get bad. Training,experience, and skill set will help u when things get bad.

  3. I’m a fan of this channel, being exposed to the wilderness has been part of my life as a commercial helicopter pilot, I have been in some of the worst conditions in the arctic and northern wilderness,having mandatory wild life and survival training courses, one only really learns to use these skills when something unexpected happens and from my experience it always does, that is when patience and skill need to meet to become one, act slowly and methodically being aware that if you panic and rush an injury could very well be your demise.

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