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Many of you have heard the old adage “One is none, two is one” and as self-reliant individuals, we truly live by that mantra. But what if your second idea falls through, what next? The Army teaches Primary, Alternate, Contingency, and Emergency or PACE as a way to deal with planning, and this episode is a little bit of insight into the kinds of things that Green Beret Ken Roberts and I talk about on the way to the range, but more importantly, your catching the back half of a conversation about realistic planning. Let me know your thoughts and if you guys like these raw takes.