TSP, The Survival Podcast, Jack Spirko

The Survival Podcast (TSP)

The Survival Podcast (TSP)The Survival Podcast (TSP) Jack Spirko

“Helping You Live A Better Life, If Times Get Tough or Even If They Don’t”

Preparedness and Survival Podcast.  Available on the Apple Store, Android Marketplace, and as a direct RSS at www.thesurvivalpodcast.com.Jack Spirko is the man, ideas, inspiration, energy, and knowledge behind his wildly successful daily podcast for a wide range of preppers; varying from beginners looking to start a 3 day supply of food, to the experienced who are looking to acquire and improve an off-the-grid homestead.

Some of his wide ranging topics include

  • Food & Water Storage
  • Alternate Energy Sources
  • Gold and Silver
  • Survival Attitude
  • Guns & Knives
  • Home Security and Alarm Systems
  • Fire Starting
  • Building Shelters
  • Permaculture and Sustainable Homesteading
  • Raising Chickens & Rabbits for Food
  • Gardening
  • Dogs for Protection
  • Communication
  • Building a Prepper Community
  • and on, and on.

If you are interested in a entertaining and informative platform for emergency preparedness information, then I highly encourage listening to Jack Spirko’s daily podcast entitled the The Survival Podcast.  I will caution you that Jack is a straight talker, and will on occasion use language that may not be acceptable with some listeners, and should be screened before allowing younger audiences to listen.  With well over 1000 shows, Jack is considered a leader in championing the cause and opening the eyes of people who are living with “Normalcy Bias”, a term that Jack frequently uses to explain the common tendency to deny possibilities because of entrenched beliefs that since it has been one way for so long, that they aren’t willing to believe that things could be different.

Survival, Preparedness, HomesteadingAnother favorite concept of mine is a term that I think Jack coined called the “Threat Probability Matrix”.  It basically says that the bigger and more widespread the disaster, the LESS likely it is to happen, and therefore the LESS urgent you should spend resources preparing for it.  Conversley, the lower impact a threat will cause, the MORE you should prepare for it.  The chance of a killer asteroid striking the earth is VERY rare.  Although the damage could be catastrophic, the likelihood is small, so don’t spend finite resources on the unlikely.  On the other hand, the posibility of a job loss by the family’s breadwinner is much more likely than an asteroid, start your preps with a focus on possible job loss.  Work down the scale from most likely to least likely.

Jack Spirko and The Surival Podcast is an interesting, entertaining, and educational podcast.

Mark Plischke
Aloha Alarm LLC
Home Security & Alarm Systems
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii


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