What Makes This Book Unique?Whereas most traditional survival manuals won't discuss the topicsbelow with any great deal of depth, Survival Improvisation takes the bull bythe horns, wrestles it down for you and ties it up like a pretzel until youchoose to release it.┐ This is behaviormodification at its best. YOU control the situation. Improvisation┐ -┐ field expedient modification/adaptation/invention of an object, and/or Behavior Modification to foster an Intense Desire to Live (IDL) The Intense Desire to Live (IDL) Coefficient and strategies to combat boredom, depression, loneliness, fear, pain, isolation, discomfort, irregular sleep patterns, insect annoyance, anger, and uncertainty. Adaptive Leadership Tactics for Survival - OPerational SECurity Threats team dynamics vs. solo approach wrt survivability rate issues. Discovering Clandestine Wilderness Operations.........12 Extremely dangerous threats to a survivor's existence. Pro-active Survival Tactics (Ongoing Survival Toughness Training) How slight changes to your everyday life could┐ help improve overall survivability in a future situation vs. the traditional Re-active, 'this is what you do if you're lost.....' manual. The Trip Plan, go-bags, modified survival kits, Conducting an immediate needs assessment(NAR) based on the SITuation REPort (SITREP) and how to facilitate a solution based on use/modification of inventoried items. Personal, Area, Wreckage Inventories. Administering the┐ U.S.E.┐ I.T. test to determine the survival value of a resource. Developing a Risk vs. Benefit mentality towards all measures considered or items collected. This book will help the survivor make the necessary mental/physical preparations for a stressful situation by using effective visualization and creative problem solving drills long BEFORE a survival ordeal.Are you facing a challenge inyour life?┐ A strategic change to yourapproach may be what you need.
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Since 1994, Roger Guajardo hasbeen teaching wilderness survival as a Volunteer Hunter Safety Instructor for Florida'sFish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC),¿¿ Every year hetrains hundreds of prospective hunters in wilderness survival.¿ His expertise in disaster relief,emergency communications, and volunteer Search & Rescue make him a valuablecommunity asset.¿ Roger worked HurricaneAndrew, the Storm of the Century,¿ missing persons cases, fires, floods,plane wrecks, and most recently the WTC tragedy of September 11, 2001,¿ These experiences help Roger bring a uniqueperspective to survival.¿ He lives on the outskirts of theFlorida Everglades, where he served as an FWC Wildlife Reservist.¿ When he's not training people insurvival,¿ Roger enjoys airboats, swampbuggies, attending specialized survival schools, communicating world-wide onhis HAM Radio Station, or training pilots, sailors, and others in survival.
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