What Should I Do? – Crash Course
by Chris Martenson, Peak Prosperity Chapter 26 of the Crash Course — the final chapter — is now publicly available and ready for watching below. If there’s one message to take away from this newly-updated Crash Course video series, it’s this: It’s time for you to become more resilient and more engaged. Things are changing quickly and nobody knows how much time we have before the next economic, ecological or energy related crisis erupts. Nobody knows when, but we do have a pretty good idea of what is coming. Either you respond to these inevitable changes or they will happen to you. That’s the simple choice we all face. Yet I really want you to understand that this is not a message of doom and gloom, but one of excitement and hope. How so? Because it is within your control to enter the coming future with a higher degree of security, prosperity and fulfillment than you enjoy now. By using the time we still have available to us now, before the trends described within the Crash Course arrive in force, to build resilience. To invest in the practices that will increase your quality of life, whatever the future may bring. If you, like millions of others, felt concern, anxiety or even fear while watching the videos released over the past year through this newly-updated Crash Course series, then it’s time for you to take control of your life, too, and begin doing things differently – whatever that means for you. But know this: whether you are young or old, rich or poor, urban or rural – there are concrete steps you can and should take beginning the moment you stop watching this final video. They only require that you to decide to begin doing them. You don’t necessarily have to move, or buy a lot of expensive stuff; but you do have to be willing to start changing what you do. And as you begin this journey, you’ll soon learn that it’s about much more than just yourself. Resilient individuals create resilient families, which in turn lead to resilient communities, then resilient towns & cities, then states and whole countries, and eventually a more resilient planet. By taking action in your own life, you open the door to a better future for all of us.