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October 08, 2010

Being Prepared for a Disaster
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No matter where you live, disaster can strike at unexpected times. But your power fails or another emergency happens, what should you do? An expert shares advice. Then is your home the target of burglars? Well learn the inside secrets of home intruders. Plus -the average worker wastes almost an hour of each workday. Find out how you can up their productivity by cutting distractions.
Episode Segments:
InfoTrak: Preparing for the Unexpected
From tornadoes to hurricanes to earthquakes, every region of the US has its own potential disasters. Kathy Harrison, author of Just in Case: How to be Self-Sufficient When the Unexpected Happens believes that every household in America should formulate a family preparedness plan. She discusses the planning needed to help a family survive for several days with no outside services.
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InfoTrak: Is your Home a Target?
Alan Young, an expert in home security & CEO of Armor Concepts, a New Jersey-based security firm talks about the basic steps that the average homeowner can take to prevent home intrusions or burglaries. He says the most common way that criminals enter a house is by simply breaking through a door, rather than picking locks or breaking windows. He also discussed the misunderstood role that alarm systems play in home security.
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InfoTrak: Work Less, Do More
Research has determined that the average worker wastes more than 50 minutes of each workday. Time management expert & author of Work Less, Do More , Dr. Jan Yeager outlines the biggest causes of wasted time in the workplace. She offers suggestions for how to be more productive by minimizing distractions.
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