Emergency evacuation list

October 10th, 2012 by Admin

In an emergency, what you have with you can make all the difference.

don’t let this happen to you.

Scenario:    road evacuation from a big metropolitan area due to a storm or blackout

Prepare your car:     gas, oil, washer fluid, tires, fuses, tire tools,

Car checklist:

MAPS, alternate routes, weather forecast, batteries, water, basic food, candles, flares, car charger, phone, flasher, flares, compass,

small radio, transceiver/scanner, walkie talkie, poncho, change of clothes, rags, napkins, towels

umbrella, containers, hand warmers, blanket, utility tools, knife, eating utensils, cooler, ice,

Watch the video below

Tools for survival and renewal Renaissancetools.com

Checklist – business

June 11th, 2009 by Admin

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Flying toward the sun

Flying toward the sun

“A short pencil is better than a long memory”

Ask anyone who is successful in business and they will tell you;  one way or another, you need a PHYSICAL list, of what needs to get done and in what order if you want to make certain something gets done.      In aviation,  that’s a checklist.    Hospital workers use them and so do scuba divers.   Wherever safety is involved, people use checklists.

Certain things must always be on a primary list for any business.

planning and review

file paperwork / tidy office

accounting

marketing research

business promotion

expand contactts

build / maintain partner / employee  / supplier relationships

forecasting and testing

evaluation.

Or, from a pilot’s perspective

flight plan filed

clearance and takeoff

heading and course correction, winds

communication

weather and terrain awareness

alternate airports and routes

position check, arrival time estimate

destination, landing.


Checklist – personal

June 11th, 2009 by Admin

Get still, then get busy

First get still, then get busy

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Most people have personal goals and responsibilities they need to keep track of.    Some of these are optional.    But there are some things that by nature we need to do just be content and prosperous.      One deep need is to be still, calm, at rest.

That’s when we fly in dreams, in our contemplation.     In our inward flights we get perspective, see forward and all around us.   It’s when answers come to our questions, and when solutions become obvious.

Personal checklist

meditate / pray

inspiration

planning and review

personal care

good nutrition

exercise

build / maintain relationships

kindness to other beings / service

increase skill or knowledge

maintenance – home, business

social activity

creative time / hobbies

rest