Wednesday, October 27, 2010

The Survival Mindset - Conserving Time and Energy

Your time and energy are valuable resources in a survival situation. You don’t want to waste your efforts on activities that may have little or no immediate benefits to your survival. Staying focused on your immediate needs will allow you to conserve your resources. While many things seem like a good idea at first, in practice they may waste more time and energy than they yield in actual benefits. Through no fault of your own, many ideas are generally unlikely to succeed due to the limitations of your resources or skills.

It is fundamental to your survival that your expectations do not exceed the skills or resources you have available. Elaborate and complex ideas or plans will be even harder to accomplish if you are in a survival situation. Don’t make your survival any harder than necessary. Simple solutions are quite often the best and easiest to accomplish when faced with what may be limited resources or skills.

When it comes to survival, keep it simple!

Staying above the water line!



Ken said...

"Conserving Time and Energy"...

...i stress "slowdown" to me and mine(thereby accomplishing both to some degree)...think about what yer doin',every breath,every thought,every muscle movement,anticipate what you want to accomplish in your minds eye,prior to any physical movement(i stress these when we're shootin'too)..."pretend we're in slow motion" is what i tell the boy of mine(doesn't always work but he's gettin'better)

...sorry to ramble RW

riverwalker said...

To: Ken

You are welcome to ramble anytime.

I learned a long time ago that it pays to slow things down sometimes. It helps to get a better perspective on the problem and makes it easier to solve.

Thanks Ken.


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