What would be your plan in a Doomsday scenario?

Hello. I haven’t written on here for a while. But I figured I could try and write a little more as writing is something I have a love/hate relationship with, and currently, it’s in that “I kinda like you but i dno if i can commit to luving u” phase, so I thought I’d run with it and just write.

I’ll probably write about whatever comes to mind, or an article, video or blog post that I come across and just get started, not putting in the heavy planning on what a blog post should be and what it should look like. Inspirations I have in mind when I think about this style are Seth Godin and Fred Wilson, so I owe a lot of thanks to those guys and their consistency.

An article from Bloomberg popped up on my feed recently that made me decide to start writing on this blog (mainly so I can reflect in a few months/years and understand the way I think about things now, to hopefully better inform future-me).

The article¬†looks at what the super-rich are doing to prepare for a doomsday scenario. They’re transporting bunkers to remote parts of New Zealand and keeping a private jet at the ready in-case some serious sh*t goes down – which could happen in the next 50 to 100 years with the advancements in technology, environmental causes and of course, the most likely cause – kids not playing nice with others.

In such a scenario, I wondered what I’d do if/when the world is at risk of an apocalypse.

While the initial thoughts of being with family, making your peace with your life, speaking to friends one last time came to mind, you actually realize that life doesn’t really work like that.

I probably won’t have time to say or do everything I want.

So I’d rather treat every interaction and conversation I have from here on with a level of respect and admiration it deserves so I can have no regrets.