What You'll Learn In Today's Episode:

  • Be prepared for emergencies in both personal and professional settings.
  • Don’t rely solely on others to respond in a crisis; be your own first responder.
  • Avoid the head in the sand mentality and acknowledge the possibility of unexpected events.
  • Create contingency plans and conduct emergency drills to ensure readiness.
  • Seek outside perspectives and advice to identify blind spots and potential risks.

In this episode, Matt and Micah discuss the importance of being prepared for emergencies in both personal and professional settings. Through an experience of witnessing a boat capsizing, they highlight the illusion that people will automatically know what to do in a crisis. They emphasize the need to be your own first responder, to not rely solely on others for help, and the dangers of thinking nothing could ever happen to you – instead, be ready with a plan!

Resources In Today's Episode:

– Matt Jarvis: Website | LinkedIn
– Micah Shilanski: Website LinkedIn

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