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Remember Me? Sign up for our Email Newsletter. What's New? Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thanks, elittle. The "course" was designed around how you could prep using just buying stuff at Big Box Store like Costco. It went into depth on some of the items pretty well. The Book is different it is from what i remember best described by me as an overview but really goes into very little detail. They are not really similar in my opinion, if you feel you must get them, then i would get both. It really boils down to how soon you want to get up to speed.
If you have the time to study and ask questions, then you might not need either. His new book is a good starter book- lots of lists, a lot of people love that sort of thing. He must have been one of those "Financial Secrets" marketers My gosh, how long can someone go with the sales pitch?
It goes on and on So many hooks were thrown I lost count I didn't order one just because of the repugnant feeling I got from the sales spiel But Rawles blog has done a great service to us all Lots of cherished info Yeah the sales pitch was pretty bad, made me think of those Timeshare sales dinners I have only heard about them never been to one personally.
I am just curious as to if it really is worth the money. I mean its only common sense to buy your grains at a place like Sams or Costco if you can, It makes me wonder if there really is that much great info Gotta agree with Rmpl. The sales pitch and "hype marketing" is what killed it for me. I would have ordered it. I've spent more for books, spend a lot regularly on training, etc.
Being in the preparedness industry and having a marketing degree also, I don't have much tolerance for pushy sales and marketing. When I saw my buddy's copy I was very glad I did not invest the money in it. Rawles new book is good but like Eeyore said, he does not go into anything in much detail. I've even seen it at Barnes and Noble on the shelf.
Hidden Content Hidden Content "Don't be too proud of this technological terror you've constructed Yeah, that sounds pretty cheaply made, I mean 3 ring binder single side copies, whoopty doopty. Probably can get the info from forums like this one and his blog without having to spend the money. Now if it was made out of gold or silver.
His List of Lists and the modified one that someone turned in helps get the ball rolling and the brain thinking. I appreciate all the feedback. I think I will get the other book from Amazon. Originally Posted by elittle. Can anyone explain the differences between his book and his course? I was a little skeptical of the value of his course so I emailed and asked if there was a money back guarantee.
Got no reply. The person marketing it does seem to use sleazy sales tactics. His latest book is pretty good, and covers a lot of things that don't get enough attention, IMHO. It is also available in digital format. Last Jump to page:. Support Our Advertisers! All times are GMT The time now is AM. All rights reserved. Copyright Survivalandpreparedness.
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James Wesley, Rawles born is an American author, who writes the survivalist -genre Patriots novel series. Rawles is a former U. Army Intelligence officer. He is the founder and Senior Editor of SurvivalBlog. He worked as a technical writer through most of the s with a variety of electronics and software companies, including Oracle Corporation. Rawles is now a freelance writer, blogger, and survival retreat consultant.
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James Wesley Rawles born is a non-fiction author, survivalist-fiction author, economist , blogger, and survival retreat consultant. He has appeared many times on the Alex Jones show InfoWars. He has been called an expert  on survival and preparedness topics. In he began full-time blogging. He is now a freelance writer, blogger and retreat consultant. His children are home schooled. Rawles is an outspoken proponent of family preparedness, especially regarding food storage and his advocacy of relocating to lightly populated rural "retreat" areas.