Emergency Preparedness – “The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be.”

Emergency Preparedness – “The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be.”

“The future is ahead of us,” said that great American philosopher Yogi Berra. Some make plans for it, and others just go along day to day without any forethought.

“We wouldn’t have lost if they hadn’t beaten us,” Berra went on to say. Sounds like as good an excuse as any, if you plan to run out of response abilities any time in the first hours of an emergency.

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.  Think about it. Think about what’s really important to you and your loved ones and what you don’t want to live without regardless of your circumstances. Even your pets look to you to provide for them. DO YOU HAVE A PLAN WITH MULTIPLE POSSIBILITIES to provide the basic essentials of water, food, clothing, shelter, sanitation, first aid, communication, transportation and safety needs for those you love? If you don’t want to loose, plan to win and get a winning plan.

“A dime isn’t worth a nickel anymore.”  (Y B)  Yes, Yogi, that’s true. And it’s going to get worse  .  .  .  ,

or better – it just has to do with how you plan to deal with it. Opportunities can be found in gaining knowledge, gathering materials, and good tools to MAKE THINGS HAPPEN. It’s up to you. Get going.

“When you come to the fork in the road, take it.”  (Y B)

For more information contact (your emergency preparedness specialist).


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