Would you be better off in a different house, community, city or state?
by Adam Taggart
Chris Martenson’s Peak Prosperity
One of the most frequent questions we get from people working to become more resilient is: Is there a better place I should move to?
Answering this question isn’t simple.
First you need to to determine what selection criteria are important to your decision-making and prioritize them according to your specific personal requirements and goals. Then you need a region-by-region evaluation that enables you to identify potential “good fit” options.
This process can be overwhelming for most folks starting from scratch. Which is why turning to a time-tested guide to this process can be a tremendously valuable resource.