Call in to speak with the host
Richard Duarte is a Miami attorney with over twenty years of experience in the legal arena. In 1992, he and his family were living in South Florida when Hurricane Andrew, a category five, and one of the most powerful hurricanes to ever come ashore in America made landfall.
Richard hunkered down in his bathroom with his young family weathering the terrifying storm as it destroyed his home and his neighborhood, as well as a great deal of southern Florida. He came out of his destroyed home the next day to find all utilities gone, looters running rampant and no responders, aide or supplies to care for himself and his family.
This was a life changing event for Richard. He had never given much if any, thought to being prepared or to self reliance/survival, but after the storm he decided to he would never be unprepared for an event such as this, or any other disaster, natural or man made, that might threaten him or his family again. He would teach himself how to survive.
When Richard first started learning about survival, there was really not much information available to folks. You had to really dig to find information or learn it yourself. Over the last twenty years Richard has become thoroughly educated on surviving disasters, natural or man made, in urban environments. He has been sharing this information with others in the form of a book he authored, "Surviving Doomsday, a Guide for Surviving Urban Disasters" and in speaking engagements where he is a highly sought after speaker on this topic.
Join us tonight, with pencil and notebook on your table and listen to Richard as he gives you the benefit of his twenty years of study of this subject. As I told you in last weeks broadcast. You do not have to wait until you can afford to do everything at once. Start preparing right now, and listening to this episode with Richard Duarte is going to give you a fast leg up .
Sorry we couldn't complete your registration. Please try again.
Please enter your email to finish creating your account.
old-style code for hosted blogs
300 x 295
400 x 370
640 x 550
It's good to talk.