Posts Tagged ‘preparedness’

The Intersection of Minimalism and Preparedness

When I teach personal preparedness classes, I emphasize what I think is everyone’s number one tool for being prepared to deal with emergencies – your attitude. I believe that with the proper attitude, one can overcome almost any challenge. You really don’t need a bunch of equipment or a stockpile of supplies, or to charge…

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Four Technologies That Erode Preparedness

The clients I serve run the gamut when it comes to the availability of fancy office accoutrements. Like any Alaskan consultant worth her salt, I’ve slept on school floors instead of hotels and taught classes in living rooms and unheated meeting spaces, and I’ve also dressed to the nines for formal presentations in the most…

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