This episode is with Arthur T. Bradly, Ph.D., a NASA electrical engineer, and accomplished author.
Humbling, grounding yourself, fighting the aggression, Isolation, Selfishness and emotional roller coaster.
This week we are talking to James DeMeo the author of What’s You Plan. We discuss the culture of preparedness and how we can encourage people to be vigilant about their soundings. In todays world you can be involved in an act of violence any place, and anytime.
This week we talk about stress and how it has been manifesting itself as pain. Hitting the Sjogren’s Syndrome Foundations website, we review a Patient Education Sheet on Chronic Pain and what we have been doing to treat these new and persistent problems.
After leaving the CIA, Jason was focused. He knew exactly what he was meant to do. “We live in uncertain times, and I know better than most how dangerous the world can be.” Jason explains: “My mission is to help good, honest Americans learn critical survival tactics that can literally mean the difference between life and death for you or a member of your family.”
Listen to Aaron “Chief” Seibert talks to Westley Delossantos, a Navy Corpsman about his time in and transition to civilian.
This week we talk to Dr. Rynele Mardis about how veterans can transition out of the military and into roles in the field of emergency management. In a piece in the Journal of Emergency Management, it stated that veterans make great emergency managers because of their commitment to teamwork, leadership, and understanding of command structure.
The one thing that we cannot control is how much time there’s in a day. So, do not waste one precious minute of it on something that is not fulfilling. If it’s not bringing peace or joy into your life, eliminate it.. Don’t worry about hurting people’s feelings. You matter. Take care of yourself first.
Identifying and getting involved with your groups and your life. “I ride but not motocross, I support and run a Pit Crew”. You served. Be proud.
Dale Rowley has served as the Director of the Waldo County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) in Belfast, Maine for the past 13 years.