Emergency Preparedness – Simplicity is the Key to Survival Success.
Ever been lost? There is no agreement among scientists on an exact definition for being lost. Some relate “lost as being unable to relate your position in space to known locations.” But, lost also includes a whole range of emotional and behavioral consequences as well.
Close your eyes and pretend you are an astronaut in orbit in the Space Shuttle. Point to UP! What, you can’t find it? Clue: the shuttle flies with its tail pointing toward the earth. If you pointed toward the ceiling of the craft, you would actually be pointing down – toward the earth. What’s the right answer?
There is no UP in space . . . only relative position. Astronauts are trained to recognize step by step where they have come from in order to get where they want to go. With limitless direction choices they ADAPT.
Some subconsciously believe that “to prepare for disaster is to encourage it.” They don’t want to think about it for fear it may come to pass. Yes, they are lost, and most aren’t pointed in any useful direction.
Gathering know-how, resources and tools are steps in the right directions. Survivors take one small achievable step at a time, as astronauts do. “A journey of 1,000 miles. . .?” GET STARTED NOW.
For more information contact (your emergency preparedness specialist).
CATCH THE VISION, GET FACTS, DEVELOP SKILLS, AND BE PREPARED.