The ability to keep your wits in a crisis isn't a character trait; it's a skill that you can learn in minutes. Conventional wisdom says that the ability to remain calm is a character trait that most of us lack. Neuroscience, however, has recently revealed that remaining calm under pressure is not an inborn trait, but a skill that anybody can learn.

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