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“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin
I know a lot of people have had their lives turned upside down. Hurricane Sandy and the follow up Noreaster, really created some setbacks and a wake of devastation.
Disasters happen. While you can’t prevent them, what you can do is prepare for them and improve your ability to respond and recover.
I’m not the expert on disaster preparation, but I know somebody who is. I’ve asked Laurie Ecklund Long to write a guest post to help people prepare for the worst. Here it is:
Disaster Proof Your Life: How To Be Ready for Any Emergency
The goal of the post is to help jumpstart anybody who wants to start their path to planning and preparation for emergencies.
Laurie is an emergency specialist. She is a best-selling author, national speaker, and trainer that helps individuals, businesses, and the military survive natural disasters and family emergencies, based on her book, My Life in a Box…A Life Organizer. On a personal level, Laurie’s inspiration came from losing 12 people close to her, including her Dad, within the span of five years. She learned a lot during 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, and she’s on a mission to help more people be able to answer the following questions better:
Do you have a personal emergency tool box? Can you quickly locate your legal, financial and personal documents within minutes and be able to rebuild your life if something happens to your home?
Check out Laurie’s guest post Disaster Proof Your Life: How To Be Ready for Any Emergency, and start your path of planning and preparation for emergencies, and help others to do the same.