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As the world turned upside down this year, my new morning routine has become this: wake up, workout, meditate, stretch, shower, and catch up what’s going on in the world while I drink a few cups of coffee, the last great vice. In full disclosure that is my GOAL morning routine, and it is quite often derailed by late nights and stress. But one part of that routine remains constant: catching up on what happened overnight. As I work through my traditional news sources and end up on social media, there is one type of troubling post on LinkedIn I…


James Green

James Green is director of risk advisory services at SAI Global. He is passionate about business continuity and helps C-Suites around the world make their organizations more resilient not just during an incident, but as a fundamental part of day-to-day operations. He has worked on risk events which have occurred all over the globe, whether it was civil unrest in Egypt during the Arab Spring or typhoons in the Pacific Rim. You may contact Green by email at [email protected]

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