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|This book is an essential handbook for anyone who owns, or plans to start, a small business, to help you move from paralysis to preparedness.|
|The secret to Col. Hadfield's success-and survival-is an unconventional philosophy he learned at NASA: prepare for the worst-and enjoy every moment of it. In An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth, Col.|
|You can also use the mechanism for load balancing, but at that point you would |
probably need the help of an ... But when it comes to standard PCs, the answer is
not as straightforward as you might think. ... office PC or a simple file server, you
should look for systems that have been labeled for use by small businesses.
Johanna G. Wellheiser, Nancy E. Gwinn - 2004 - Preview
|On the positive side, institutions should consider as part of their disaster planning |
how they might use electronic ... we need to look at how librarians have
responded to preservation needs in the past and ask what can we learn from the
... often duplicative — efforts arise. lnforrnation about these projects often comes
too late to prevent duplication of effort, though fortunately, this is not always the
|Hope for the best but prepare for the worst. Hope? ... at best. These are the |
emotions you pit against real effort in preparing for the worst? ... It takes an
exceptionally strong person to prepare for the worst and still keep success in the
|Best. and. Prepare. for. the. Worst. There are times we get upset about something|
. When we do, we have a tendency to want to point fingers at things outside ... We
do not want to look bad to ourselves or others around us. If something that goes
wrong is our fault, we will have to deal with the emotions that come with failure.
|five were wise enough to bring extra oil; five were foolish and brought no extra |
supply. The arrival ... Christ would have us look for the best as well as the worst.
We have a saying: "Expect the best, prepare for the worst, and take what comes.
|... the greater the libel; hell hath no fury like a woman scorned; neither give nor |
take offense old age See age opinion he that ... a wise man changes his mind,
but a fool never does opportunity all is fish that comes to the net; all is grist that
comes to ... the sun shines; the mill cannot grind with the water that is past;
opportunities look for you when you are worth finding; ... all's right with the world;
hope for the best and prepare for the worst; hope springs eternal in the human
breast; it's an ill ...
|PERHAPS MANY of us are familiar with the old saying, "Expect the best, prepare |
for the worst, and take what comes. ... In my last year of teaching at Union
Theological Seminary, I had a student who met everything I said with a deadpan
|Investors have to take the consequences of what happens to their portfolio, good |
or bad. ... Computer output such as financial statements and portfolio simulations
tend to look ... can do many times faster, or maybe it comes from the movies
where robots never make mistakes, and computer operating systems never crash