Art of Management

A crisis always comes suddenly. Few people can manage it successfully. Crisis management requires presence of mind. It is presence of mind that helps one to successfully manage crises. Gandhiji was wise enough to manage the crisis he faced and turned his loss into gain, if not for himself, then certainly for some other person. The greatest quality needed for successful crisis management is only one, that is, to forget the first chance that you have lost, and to discover the second chance and avail of it. In every crisis, a person loses the first chance. One who is obsessed with the losing of the first chance, cannot manage the crisis. The moment you get rid of the first loss, you can easily manage the problem in your favour.

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