A large part of what The ShieldWall Network is designed for is establishing a communications web and organizational nexus for cooperation and mutual support, as well as direct aid and assistance, both now and in the future. To that end, we can learn much from the broader Prepper community about how to organize and expand our group based not only on their models, but on their experience, as well.
When we speak of seeking out people with specific skill sets, for example, we don’t mean merely doctors and lawyers, but as this article explains, military veterans, doctors and nurses, and farmers.
I’d also add to that list mechanics, electricians, plumbers, carpenters, and engineers, but begin to think of yourself in terms of what you bring to the table, or rather, to the ShieldWall. What assets, connections, training, skills, or resources do you have to offer to the organization as…
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