Familiarity breeds contempt. Perhaps you have heard that old rag once before. Maybe you haven’t. However, that truth is at the root of how we eliminate the fear associated with uncertainty. It is one way we help create sustainability in uncertainty.
Fear is a natural part of life. We all deal with our own fears every day, even if we chose to pretend we don’t have them. Often our fears are simple worries about our day to day activities. Sometimes our fears are paralyzing terrors that keep us from reacting.
As we continue to look at what it means to be sustainable in uncertainty, we are using emergencies as an example of handling uncertainty and maintaining your personal or individual sustainability. The first focus I discussed was learning what you need to know to survive, or knowledge. Hopefully you can see that knowledge alone is not enough.
Welcome to this blog on Individual Sustainability. As it is our mission to help people reach a level of Individual Sustainability, I thought I would share something I first released in our newsletter here to anchor this blog. Occasionally I will share more insights or observations about this topic for your review here and in the newsletter. If you want to stay informed about this and other topics from the Ranch, sign up for the newsletter in the box at the bottom of the page. Click the link below to read more...