One In Three Americans Experienced a Climate-Related Disaster in 2021.

1 in 3 Americans

It’s doubtful that 2022 will be better.

I keep getting asked what are the priorities for preparation that someone should do. Of course, it would be easy to say “buy the book and start with Exercise #1” but that’s not what many want. They want the quick solution.

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West Point grad; Special Ops Vet; NY Times bestseller of over 80 books; for free books and over 200 free downloadable slideshows go to www.bobmayer.com

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