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  1. Call whatever the closest equivalent to “time out” is for the situation.
  2. Pray.
  3. Determine if there’s real physical danger (since every other type of danger pales in comparison).
  4. Figure out how bad the worst thing that can happen really is.
  5. Take a moment to think.
  6. Ask, “What’s within my control to improve the situation?”
  7. Circle your best, most dependable confidants and solicit their input.
  8. Identify the most comparable situation that you’ve previously addressed successfully.
  9. Work through any contingency scenarios that you’ve developed.
  10. Develop a quick contingency plan if you don’t have one.
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