PrepareDirect – Our Product Website


We offer a wide range of quality options

Learn To Prepare


Visit PrepareDirect

Beginning & Improving Preparedness Planning

By Denis Korn

This post is so important and it was so popular when I wrote the original article and then did a blog post in March, that I am once again revisiting it as a new post.  I am grateful for all the calls I get for more detailed one-on-one conversation with serious preparedness planners.  You are encouraged to give me a call with your questions and suggestions.

As current events become more critical to the conscientious prepper, reliable and accurate information and guidance has become more vital.  That’s why I have created this blog – Learn To Prepare – and our product site PrepareDirect.

If you are a newcomer to preparedness planning or have been engaged for some time, the information and suggestions contained in this article will certainly help you begin or add to your experience of confidence and peace of mind, and assist you with practical steps you can take.

The first step in the preparedness planning process is the acknowledgment that you have made a wise and sound decision and have chosen to take responsibility for you and your family, and to be prepared in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Be encouraged to continue this process with diligence, motivation, and discernment.

It is my intention in this article to present a guideline that can be followed which will lead you on an important journey to being prepared in the event of any number of potentially unexpected events. This process is basically undertaken in three phases – each one of which will take as much time as you wish to devote, and the degree of urgency you are experiencing.

1. First, there is an initial assessment necessary to determine the direction you are heading.
2. Second, there is further evaluation, research, and planning required to develop a firm foundation for the third phase, and to develop the clarity required for appropriate and accurate decision making.
3. Third, there is taking action and assembling the appropriate provisions and critical information you have determined are necessary for your security and peace of mind. This phase is ongoing as you continue to evaluate, research, and build up your supplies and information.

To read the entire article Beginning & Improving Preparedness Planning go to the “7 Foundational Articles on Preparedness Planning” link on the right, or click here.

Comments are closed.