Reading isn’t for everyone. Sometimes you’re on the go and would like to listen to something in the car. Or you do better with visual information.
You’re in luck!
I’ve just finished recording to videos on the first steps to getting prepared. These videos are based on a couple webinars that I recently did for members of my church living in the ND and MN region. I think they’re best when you can watch, because there is some visual information: charts and illustrations. But they are also good just to listen to the audio.
If you’ve already downloaded my Getting Started Book, you’ll see that this video covers everything in the first section of the Getting Started Book.
And if you haven’t already downloaded this book, hurry! It’s free till the end of the month.
Part One covers:
- the basic principles of preparedness
- what to prepare for
- how to create a plan for the first three minutes of a disaster
- how to create a plan for the first three days of a disaster
- resources you can use to get started.
Part Two covers:
- how to map out your three-month plan
- how to finance your food storage plan
- starting a food pantry to sustain you for three months
- how to safely store food
- different food storage methods
- water storage
- all the elements of a three-month plan
- and more!
I hope you find these videos helpful and informative. Feel free to comment or ask questions so others can get more from these videos.