Author Juliette Kayyem makes the case for always being prepared : NPR's Book of the Day Former Homeland Security official and author Juliette Kayyem has a new book out that encourages preparedness. The Devil Never Sleeps makes the case that disasters are going to happen, and gives advice on how to manage them. Kayyem told NPR's Steve Inskeep that we need to redefine our definition of success after disasters occur.

How to manage a disaster in 'The Devil Never Sleeps'

How to manage a disaster in 'The Devil Never Sleeps'

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Former Homeland Security official and author Juliette Kayyem has a new book out that encourages preparedness. The Devil Never Sleeps makes the case that disasters are going to happen, and gives advice on how to manage them. Kayyem told NPR's Steve Inskeep that we need to redefine our definition of success after disasters occur.

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The Devil Never Sleeps: Learning to Live in an Age of Disasters By Juliette Kayyem
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