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What to Do When Things Go Wrong: A Five-Step Guide to Planning for and Surviving the Inevitable—And Coming Out Ahead by Frank Supovitz

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EVERYTHING AFFECTS EVERYTHING ELSE

I can imagine Yogi Berra saying that nobody drives in my hometown because the traffic is so bad. We New Yorkers understand, of course, that if no one drove, there would be no traffic, but because it can take us 90 minutes to go 10 miles, we consider driving here to be an act of pure masochism better left to others. We jam onto the subway instead, which is too crowded. As uncomfortable as moving around is, New Yorkers don’t stand still. We deal with it, and that’s why most people know exactly where they are, where they want to go, and how they plan to get there.

MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, is less than 10 miles from Times Square in Manhattan, but on Sundays, it can take an eternity to ...

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