You can spend the rest of your life researching how to do something, but in the end, you either do something or you don't.
What are you doing NOW to get closer to your dream goal?
You don't have to do everything at once, and you don't have to do it alone.
To develop an “all hazards approach,” DHS has adopted National Fire Protection Association 1600 (NFPA 1600) as the American National Standard for developing a preparedness program.
There are five steps toward creating a business preparedness program:
Write a preparedness plan addressing:
Before you take out a loan with a company, check for known issues.
Do they have a good reputation, or are they associated with lots of complains at the BBB or other review sites?
What happens if disaster strikes? Know the best case and worst case scenarios.
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