A disaster can strike at any time, whether natural or not, and how we react to it can mean life or death. And while it can be an unpleasant topic to talk about, proactively designing a plan is better than relying on a reactive response. Knowing what to do, where to go, and what supplies you should have in store can make a huge difference in seeing a disaster through. From coming up a base plan to exploring more financially expensive ideas, Michael Robinson talks with his guests about how best to prepare a plan for the unexpected.
Andre Perry – David M. Rubenstein Fellow, columnist/author
Cheryl Nelson – meteorologist, natural disaster preparedness consultant
Gary Collins – survivalist/life simplification author, speaker, health expert
Richie Whitt – author, blogger