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May 17, 2010

Anybody looking past the bridge of their nose knows that we are headed for some challenging times... for many the hard times are already here. Cam Mather has recently released his book 'Thriving During Challenging Times' to give you a roadmap on how to overcome the obstacles that we soon will face.

One of the hardest aspects for me about preparation is sifting through all the data to find the information that I can really use. Cam's book is a shortcut to the knowledge you'll need. But this book is only a starting point... but a valuable one. I think there is still plenty to explore beyond this point. Enjoy the show.

Order the book 'Thriving During Challenging Times' directly from Cam

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almost eleven years ago

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