Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

6 steps I learned from combat rehearsals that will help your planning

Keeping your family or team safe during emergencies requires more than just proper planning. It requires requires practice. Practice not only helps people understand your plan, it can help you improve your plan.

Prepping with children: managing expectations

Children (and some adults) don’t do well with the unknown. They have active imaginiations and will fill in the blanks with their own version of what’s coming up. Because they don’t have the life experience of adults, their imaginations can go wild with all sorts of ideas.

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