A suggestion in my class textbook, International Management: Strategic Opportunities & Cultural Challenges, that says,
"Do not be in a rush, as it is an attack on the face of others. To Asians, your sense of urgency says that they are not important enough to spend time with and that you have better places to be."
Shouldn't it say "better places to be at"?
You drive a car. That's why you have better cars to drive.
You dream about a car. That's why you have better cars to dream about.
Shouldn't the same logic hold true for the original sentence?