How does a star trial lawyer beat back Bill Gates and AIG to win hotly contested legal cases? How does a chieftain at a financial services firm save company face before a Senate subcommittee? How does an actor deliver a brilliant monologue in a challenging and controversial play? And how does a sergeant guide his men to safety and save his commanding officer’s life while under enemy fire?

These are some of the examples that author Paul Sullivan lays out in his book: Clutch: Why Some People Excel Under Pressure and Others Don’t.

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