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Hope For the Best, But Plan For the Worst

April 14, 2015 by OSYB Staff

Take time in advance to list all of the things that can go wrong in one column on a pad of paper.  Then plan how you would handle the problem in a second column.  When you rehearse for the worst, you can remain calm when everyone else is panicking. Read more. 

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