Patterns & Design
The Boy Scouts knew where it was at when they coined the motto “be prepared.” Now you can learn the basics of getting your home and family ready for whatever may come your way – from the Zombie Apocalypse to a rogue squirrel getting fried on your lines and leaving you without power for a week. Seriously, though, if you think about all the systems that have to work for you to live your daily life, it can get a little freaky to think how fragile our way of life really is – but it doesn’t have to be. This isn’t about fear, y’all, it’s about peace of mind. Plus, we’ll have beer and snacks for you to assuage and lingering anxiety.
We’ll cover reasons why you might want to prepare as well as the basics of preparation including shelter, water, food, communications and more. You’ll learn how to create your own, customized plan for your family as well as the supplies you might need based on different possible scenarios. Additionally, the importance of resilient communities will be touched on as well as how you can help your community be prepared for whatever the future brings. Even when everything is smooth sailing, it helps to have your homestead in order.
About the Instructor:
Randall S. Powers graduated from the Grady College of Journalism and the University of Georgia, building a career in journalism spanning twenty years across all forms of media, including radio, print, digital and television. Since 1998, Randall has worked with an international broadcast media outlet with credits as a media manager, editor, producer, speaker and trainer and has been a contributor on three projects that were awarded the prestigious Peabody Award.
Using the skills gained during his career as a journalist, Randall widened his focus to include disaster preparedness becoming an entrepreneur as the founder and Chief Managing Partner of Practical Tactical, a personal preparedness consulting firm. From this new platform, Randall works as a personal preparedness consultant, public speaker and author.
In 2014, Randall published the Practical Tactical Quick Start Guide as a personal preparedness resource and reference manual designed to help those new to “prepping” develop a well rounded and complete disaster plan without becoming overwhelmed by the process. Later in 2014, Randall co-authored PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED with best-selling author Steven Konkoly. PRACTICAL PREPPING was well received, quickly becoming a #1 Best Seller in Survival and Emergency Preparedness on Amazon.com.
Originally from Toccoa, Georgia, Randall lives with his family on their homestead outside of Athens and Atlanta. Contact Randall directly by email at email@example.com or through his website at http://www.practicaltactical4you.com.
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