If you fail to plan, you plan to fail!
1. Set a goal to design your family’s preparedness plan. It should be:
- A meaningful challenge to all members of your family,
- Both practical and affordable, and
- Definable with a deadline for accomplishing it.
2. Visualize the accomplishment of your plan:
- What it will do for your competence and confidence,
- What it will mean to your family, and
- How it will provide purpose, protection, and peace of mind.
3. F.U.B.B. (follow-up beyond belief) until the plan is accomplished, regardless of what other people:
- Say, or
Consider the value of your family, and the loss to you if something preventable occurs–because you failed to lead them to an acceptable state of preparedness…
I’m not saying it will be easy, but I can tell you from my own personal experience: it will be worth it!