Selco survival series


Hosted by
Daisy Luther
tobycowern ,
Admin and

Broadcast has ended. You may watch the replay!

You can still register and watch the replay!

July 12th
15:00 EDT

COMMUNITIES: The #1 topic people ask about when they talk to Selco.

Group vs. Lone Wolf

Do you want to go off alone to survive or do you want to be part of a community? Selco will discuss the pros and cons of each option.

What is the ideal make-up of a group?

Are large or small groups better? Should your group be made up of family and friends, or unknown but skilled people? What are the qualifications to lead a group?

How do you find like-minded people?

It's great if you've decided to become a part of a group, but where do you find the people with whom you plan to survive? There are many options.

What essential skills should each group have?

Every group should have people with certain essential skills, like medical training or skill with firearms. Find out the most important skills and how to find people with them.

How do you decide who to accept into your group?

What should your process be for accepting new people into your group? How do you decide who will fit in? How do you decide what the reasonable trade-offs are?

How do you standardize equipment?

It's important to standardize the equipment within the group - the same calibers, batteries, etc., before a crisis occurs. Selco will talk about deconfliction of equipment.

Myths Vs. Facts

There's a lot of misinformation out there in the prepper world about groups. Selco will talk about some popular myths and provide facts from his own experiences during the Balkan War.

BONUS: Question and Answer Session

We'll take your questions during the webinar, then send you a bonus recording within 48 hours in which Selco will answer all your questions.


About Selco

Selco survived the Balkan war of the 90s in a city under siege, without electricity, running water, or food distribution. 

In his online works, he gives an inside view of the reality of survival under the harshest conditions. He reviews what works and what doesn’t, tells you the hard lessons he learned, and shares how he prepares today. He never stopped learning about survival and preparedness since the war. Regardless of what happens, chances are you will never experience extreme situations as Selco did. But you have the chance to learn from him and how he faced death for months.

Real survival is not romantic or idealistic. It is brutal, hard, and unfair. Let Selco take you into that world.

July 12th
15:00 EDT