Nearly all the rules for surviving a Zombie apocalypse have very practical application for all those who face issues in their businesses with digital disruption and a better career path.
See for yourself.
Staying fit in mind and body.
2. Double Tap
Make sure the Zombie is dead with two shots.
3. Beware of Bathrooms
You are at your most vulnerable sitting on a toilet.
4. No Drugs
‘Cause they’re bad, mmkay? And they slow you down (evenutally).
5. Get a Kick-Ass Partner
You need help from an expert.
6. Put your seatbelt on
You’re going to crash at some point.
7. Travel in groups
Safety in numbers.
8. Always make sure there is at least one moron in the group
For the Zombie to eat.
9. When in doubt, always know your way out
Always have an exit plan.
10. Check the back seat
Zombie’s are good at hiding in bad places.
11. Rope Ladder
Zombie’s can’t climb (apparently).
12. Enjoy the little things
While you can.
13. Save a bullet for yourself
If you’re bitten or just can’t take the stress.
14. Check your corners
There could be a thousand zombies around the corner.
15. Avoid strip clubs
Zombies and business men love them.
16. No Attachments
Your loved ones are already Zombies, you can’t help them.
17. Blend In
Zombies don’t bite other Zombies.
18. Get a dog
Animals don’t become Zombies and make good friends.
19. Don’t hang around in Malls
Dumb people look for food who are food for Zombies.
Stop the rot. Cut it off.
Leave messages for like minded humans.
Only use cars that have great fuel efficiency.
23. Blades don’t need reloading
This is about efficiency of tools as well.
24. Watch Movies
Where most good Zombie and business tactics come from.
25. Shoot for the head
Head shots kill.
26. Double Knot your shoes
Don’t want to trip up when you’re running.
27. Its a marathon
Unless you need to sprint, then sprint…
From rule # 6: How to Survive a Digital Apocalypse. Other rules and Last tickets to Daze of Disruption Here
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