Murphy’s law just can’t be beat. But if you are prepared, you can always mitigate its impact on your business. Get yourself a copy of The Worst-Case Scenario Business Survival Guide, a survival reference guide everyone and every business should have.

It’s not another heavy-handed economic or business management book that you need to digest from cover to cover. Authors Mark Joyner and David Borgenicht co-wrote the book to cover how to deal with worst-case scenarios in HR, sales and marketing and productivity areas, among others.

As a quick reference guide, you only use it when confronted with business problems, emergencies and crisis situations like labor strikes, executive disputes, or meeting the payroll. Even if your business is doing fine, it’s comforting to know you’re armed to deal with any of Murphy’s Law’s unpredictables.

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