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Survival Dad Podcast with Buck Rizvi
32 minutes | 6 years ago
008 - Jeff Anderson: Survive Anywhere: Prepared, Whenever, Wherever
Today’s Survival Dad episode includes vital information for survival dads. The podcast features an interview with Jeff Anderson, founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Combat Survival Magazine and president of the International Society of Close-Quarter Combatants. Buck and Jeff examine the difference between urban survival and wilderness survival, and they discuss how people—both ordinary and experienced—react when it comes down to surviving. Learn the warning signs and the nature of a survival scenario and what it you can do to be prepared. And join us for a discussion what survival gear is essential and be sure to take advantage of Jeff’s offer to give our listeners a copy of his free Survival Gear Secrets book.
55 minutes | 6 years ago
007 - Mike Dillard: Catching that Opportunity: What You Need and Need to Know
In today’s episode of the Survival Dad podcast, Buck speaks with Mike Dillard, a Texan entrepreneur and fellow survival dad. They discuss the importance of becoming self-reliant in terms of financial and other resources needed to make it through a period of recession or natural disaster. Mike talks about the skills needed to start your own business and about how vital it is to learn the “art of selling” to become successful. He explains how the world moves in cycles, and how our current situation seems about to change. You will also learn from Buck and Mike what it means to be a survival dad.
45 minutes | 6 years ago
006 - Kevin Thompson: Catching Fish: Setting the Goal and Getting There
On today’s Survival Dad podcast, Buck speaks with Kevin Thompson, a former Alaskan fisherman who is now running a number of successful businesses. Kevin tells us how he spent years trying to figure out what he really wanted in life and what was actually important to him. Join Buck and Kevin in their conversation about the importance of coaching, setting goals, and actively appreciating your professional and personal success. They discuss the value of having a supportive environment and how money—while it can provide financial independence—isn’t everything in life.
39 minutes | 6 years ago
005 - Dave Asprey: Biohacking: Engineered Intake to Improve the Human Body
Biohacking might sound like something taken out of a sci-fi movie, but Dave Asprey explains how easy it is to biohack, and how we can benefit from hacking our organism. A former Silicon Valley VP and the author of Bulletproof Diet, Dave is a true entrepreneur, who is devoting a major part of his life to learning how to hack your body and optimize its functions — especially when it comes to our brain. Hear about what makes a great coffee, and learn how a truly amazing coffee can benefit your daily life in more ways than you might think. Dave explains how coffee and other foods and drinks impact your body and digestive system, and he gives valuable advice on controlling your food intake and staying healthy.
48 minutes | 6 years ago
004 - Simon Black: Your Uncertain Times Backup Plan?
In this episode of Survival Dad, Buck is joined by Simon Black, the founder of Sovereign Man, who shares his views on the current financial situation of the United States and discusses the warning signs of an impending financial downturn. Simon also talks about personal privacy and how not only governments, but other institutions can easily track your online communication and financial decisions. According to Simon, it’s more important than ever before to have a Plan B. He describes how you should divide up your investments to avoid investing in only one type of asset, and that you should consider relocating to another country that can support your desired lifestyle, but at a lower cost.
43 minutes | 6 years ago
003 – James Schramko: The Ultimate Defense Against Income Disaster
Today's episode features valuable information for anyone interested in starting their own business to secure their family's financial situation. Buck speaks with James Schramko, a successful entrepreneur and the founder of several businesses, including superfastbusiness.com, about how and why James chose to transition from his successful day job into business ownership. James explains the importance of having multiple income streams, and he tells us how to find the courage to venture into entrepreneurship. He explains why we need to be honest with ourselves about our strengths and weaknesses, and why we have to set goals and stay on-track. Which platform should you use for your online business? Should you take on all the work yourself from the start, or is it feasible to outsource some tasks? Why does James keep talking about trains, and what exactly are "ninja-pinos?" Continue on with the podcast or see the transcript at the SurvivalDad website to find out.
29 minutes | 7 years ago
002 – Tim Larkin: Preparing for the Worst-Case Violence
In this episode of Survival Dad, Buck chats with Tim Larkin, founder of Target Focus Training and developer of a hand-to-hand combat training system used by the US Navy Seals. Tim tells us about the drawbacks of using traditional martial arts instruction for real-world self-defense scenarios, and how his principle-based self-defense system helps you respond to any threat, regardless of its nature and location. In this no-holds-barred interview, Tim introduces you to how you can use fear to your advantage when facing threats much larger than yourself. You will also learn to distinguish between asocial and antisocial violence, and discover what Tim means when he says that sometimes violence is the only answer.
27 minutes | 7 years ago
001 – Tim Schmidt: Carry Or Consequences?
Carrying a firearm, concealed or open, is a topic of great controversy. In this episode, Tim Schmidt, founder of the USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association), speaks openly with Buck about possessing and using firearms for self-defense. Tim tells us the story behind USCCA and discusses open carry versus concealed carry. He also explains the consequences of insufficient training requirements for gun owners. How do you best handle firearms around your kids? Why is it important to pick the right firearm, and what kind of training should you go through? Tim's preferred firearm? To hear the answer to these and many other important questions, listen to this episode here or read the transcript at the SurvivalDad website.
7 minutes | 7 years ago
000 - Survival Dad: Welcome...And What To Expect
Survival Dad is for concerned fathers seeking no-nonsense guidance on prepping, self defense, food security, income security, wilderness survival and more. Hosted by Buck Rizvi, a father of 4, U.S. Military Veteran and successful entrepreneur, this episode quickly summarizes what spurred Buck to create the Survival Dad podcast and why you should hear every entertaining, educational and controversial episode.
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