Perspectives and Problems in Preparedness Jim visits with Wayne Andrews, a long time friend and highly experienced researcher into ways and means to be prepared to meet any future that may come. Wayne brings a very down to earth perspective to the realities of personal and family preparedness. They cover some of the real issues that people face in their quest to honestly be ready. Not only do individuals not understand some of the problems, but the “preparedness industry” often does not make it easy to get at “whats the truth, really.” It not hard to do, you just must have real facts, rather than a combination fear based sales pitches and misperceptions of what things can really be like. Safe Harbor Alliance Guest Profile: Wayne Andrews has a long-standing and profound interest in being personally prepared plus helping others do the same. His career has spanned a number of industries and positions: manufacturing technology, casting processes, welding, quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC), software testing/ development, customer support, fulfillment and survival product research/ evaluation. Wayne has an eclectic background and thinks outside the box. In his professional career and private undertakings, he is always asking these questions: “Is there more? Is there a better way? Can we do something better, faster, cheaper, and safer to get the results we want?” He is always looking for new books, programs, and people to help share this quest of preparedness with others. Hes a consummate researcher and explorer of ideas, both new and old, and how they fit into self-reliant living.
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