The lost skills you will learn in our Academies will help you to do better in your own life as you become more self-reliant, resilient, grounded, and ultimately more successful in a world that has gone soft.

We have become weak and dependent. If tomorrow, we wake up to a world without electricity, without running water, refrigeration, pharmacies, cars, phones or supermarkets and other modern conveniences, there is no telling how many of us will survive.

But for our forefathers that was just daily life. And they were happier, healthier, and more fulfilled than most of us today.

You cannot learn these life skills in any school or university. And yet, they are probably more important in shaping your life than anything taught there. What you know is who you are.

Look through the Academies below and see which lost skill you would like to master first.

Lost Skills Academies

The Lost Skills That Will Make Your Life Better

Here we are, human beings in the 21st century, several lifetimes and a world away from our grandparents and their ways.
Have we become better at living?

I think not.

I watch as we become ever more expectant that the world owes us a living. Consumerism has reached epic proportions and people feel aggrieved if they don't own the latest gadget.

The truth is we have never been more disconnected from life, from the world, from the soil, from the trees, and from our very souls.

We are straying away from our roots on a dangerous road from which there will be no turning back. If we don’t learn them now, the life skills of those who came before us will soon vanish forever.

Think about your own grandparents and how many things they knew that we’ve now forgotten. It might be a remedy that helped you get better when you were a child. Or the skills your grandfather taught you when digging his root cellar. Or the canning secrets you learned as you were helping your grandma put away food for winter. Or maybe it’s what you experienced the first time they took you to church and showed you what it means to be a good person.

We now live in a world where people have lost their faith. They only care about themselves and are drifting further and further away from the values that shaped our childhood. We are witnessing more violence, more fear, and more hate between people than we’ve seen in our lifetime.

The peace and prosperity that was once a given is now uncertain.

The World is once more splitting in two, and a great conflict is on the horizon! And while you cannot stop it, you can certainly prepare for what’s coming by learning these skills and becoming more self-sufficient.

As the future unfolds, I believe the lost skills of our grandparents will become more and more important.

On top of that, all of them have an immediate practical application, as they can help you save money, improve your health, and become less dependent on others for everything that really matters in life.

Sadly it’s become rare nowadays days to know even a single person with common sense and timeless virtues who is immediately respected and trusted by others. A person with practical experience and skills that you can count on, especially when things go bad.

In the old days many people were like that, and the world was a better, safer place because of it.

It is never too late to learn a new skill. Can you think of even one you regret learning? I can’t possibly think of any. That’s because with each new skill acquired you improve yourself. There is no better investment than the one you make in yourself.

And while you do that, you’re also taking part in something greater than any of us. If we don’t do something to preserve these life skills and pass them on to future generations, they will soon be lost forever.

And our grandkids and great grandkids may one day pay the ultimate for our failure to act in time.