Month: November 2016

The Perils of Worst Day Planning

“The notion that one will not survive a particular catastrophe is, in general terms, a comfort since it is equivalent to abolishing the catastrophe.” -Iris Murdoch In my business, there’s a line of thinking that advocates planning for the absolute worst case scenario. The idea is that if you’re prepared for that, you can handle […]

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One Year Later

“Nothing endures but change.” -Heraclitus Just about a year ago I left behind my team in San Francisco to follow a new path. It’s a been a great year of transition, a year full of growth and new adventures. Not all of it has been easy, but every bit valuable. For this post, I wanted […]

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Bad Days Happen (and a bit of shameless self promotion)

I’m a subject matter expert in emergency management and EMS with an emphasis on human centric solutions and interfacing with local government. How’s that for sounding like a consultant? Don’t let it scare you off. At the end of the day I’m a pretty simple guy…I try to keep solutions as uncomplicated as possible, put […]

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