Peak Prosperity's Emergency Preparedness Guide

Adam Taggart
By Adam Taggart on Thu, Sep 7, 2017 - 1:54pm

With major hurricanes in our immediate past, present and future, it's a very good time for everyone to revisit the fundamentals of emergency preparedness.

If you haven't read it in a while, review our guide Step 0: The Fundamentals - Emergency Preparedness

It's a primer on emergency/disaster preparedness complied from a decade's worth of experience and input from the Peak Prosperity community.

As the folks in Houston just learned and those in Florida are just learning, the value of taking these steps before a disaster hits is immeasurably better than waiting a day too late.

And we're always looking to update it with new and improved information and products. If you have any to offer, please let us know.



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blackeagle's picture
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Living footprint

One crucial point: living footprint reduction.

Reduce your living footprint (consumption) as much as you can. If your needs are lower, then your stockpile will go well beyond others and your level of stress will be much lower.

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