crisis situation handling

How to handle Crisis situation challenges smartly to live a fulfilled life?

We all endure difficulties at some point in our lives.

We do, don’t we?

Like my sister, who has been in a coma in a Guwahati hospital for the past 45 days.

She developed a severe headache and needed to be admitted to the hospital.

She became unconscious and was in a coma after the doctor performed the initial surgery to remove the brain blockage, and she has remained in this state for the past 45 days.

We all face crises and difficulties in our lives, and no one knows when or how these difficulties will strike.

It’s wonderful to see my sister’s two adult kids, with the help of their husbands, dealing with the issue constructively.

I’m hoping you’ll say a prayer for her.

Some of us thrive when things are tough, while others have a hard time getting out of bed in the morning.

Successful people have discovered a means to overcome obstacles and manoeuvre past obstructions that might otherwise stop them in their tracks.

During a crisis, some of us are remarkably calm.

They will not readily express their feelings.

Their minds may be in turmoil, but their actions do not show it.

Others around you will gain a lot of confidence as a result of this.

Calmness also has another benefit.

We can think clearly and decide on a course of action if we have a peaceful mind.

This can greatly improve your chances of success.

Surrender – When faced with a crisis, many of us succumb.

We have no strength left to fight it.

We don’t think we’ll be able to overcome the problem and capitulate.

Our mind stops thinking creatively and accepts failure.

The time has arrived for a crisis.

It will not go away if you are bothered or submit.

Why not take it in stride?

Why not add up all of your losses and see what you can do with what’s left?

Why not plan for the future and take the losses with a smile?

These characteristics distinguish a winner in life.

How do some people manage to bounce back and find a way to triumph over adversity and defeat?

For one thing, they don’t allow bad feelings or thoughts to dominate them.

Companies and individuals who are resilient adopt policies and procedures that help limit risk in the firm as well as on an individual level.

The following are ten steps that can assist you in navigating challenging situations:

I. Prepare your mind.

I’m psychologically ready for the thinking of a five-year-old.

I’d like to get down to their physical limitations and up to their sense of astonishment.

These remarks from Shinichi Suzuki, a Japanese musician, philosopher, and educator who devised a philosophy for training people of all ages and abilities and founded the renowned Suzuki system of music education, continue to inspire.

Being prepared entails analysing the worst-case circumstances and how you would respond.

What would be your plan of action if a crisis occurred?

Running through probable disasters on a regular basis improves mental toughness and adaptability, allowing you to deal with errors and disasters in real life.

It doesn’t mean you should fixate on the unpleasant aspects of your situation.

However, if the worst happens, having a plan in place will save you from panicking and help you remain cool and sensible.

Because you won’t be taken entirely off guard, it won’t be as frightening.

II. Accept the circumstance as it is.

It’s not the time to point fingers at others for what transpired.

It will do you no good to mope around and feel sorry for yourself; in fact, it will hinder your capacity to come up with answers and next move forward.

It’s critical that you analyse any errors or blunders you may have done.

Spend some time thinking about what you could have done better and accepting responsibility for your actions.

Make peace with the events of the past.

Accept the situation as it is and go forward.

“Sometimes when you innovate, you make mistakes,” Steve Jobs said.

It’s best to acknowledge them as soon as possible and move on to enhancing your other ideas.”

III. Maintain a positive outlook.

When you’re in a horrible circumstance, a healthy dose of optimism goes a long way.

It may sound cliche, but even the heaviest storm clouds have silver linings on sometimes.

When dealing with hardship, it turns out that cultivating a positive outlook is a key coping skill.

True, you must be realistic and evaluate a situation objectively, but if you frame everything in a negative light all the time, you will only perceive the negative.

Refuse to let gloomy voices and detractors into your head by fostering positivity.

IV. Adversity may teach you a lot.

This is your opportunity to obtain vital insights and actually learn from your failures in order to improve your chances of success the following time around.

You will, however, need to do some introspection.

What went wrong, and how did it happen?

Examine your preparations with a critical eye.

Did you overlook something crucial?

Think about your preparations.

Were you prepared for the hardships that awaited you?

Examine your execution.

Did you work hard on a regular basis?

Concentrate on areas where you have control and ask yourself what else you can do next time.

V.View hardship as a window of opportunity.

Adversity and struggle are a part of life.

We learn the most crucial lessons in life and develop resilience during challenging times.

Adversity frequently brings possibilities that we would otherwise overlook.

This is your opportunity to dig deep and meet this challenge head-on.

You have the opportunity to shift course, reinvent yourself, or find an unknown bridge to cross over this stumbling block.

“Every setback carries the seed of an equal or greater reward,” wrote Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich.

The ability to embrace hardship as an opportunity to improve ourselves and our situation is the actual secret to success.

When I became frustrated with my sister’s daily high expenses and several prescribed medicines and attempted to confront the hospital’s medical personnel, I found my niece calm as she carefully examined the circumstances and medical condition our sister was experiencing and responded appropriately.

VI.Take stock of all you’ve previously gone through.
What doesn’t kill you, they say, makes you stronger. 
The difficulties and disasters you’ve experienced can give you confidence that you’ll be able to handle whatever life throws at 
You’ve been through difficult situations before. 
How did you deal with the difficulty at the time? 
What helped you get through it? 
Past experiences can aid in the discovery of your inner power and perseverance.
When became frustrated with my sister’s daily high expenses and several prescribed medicines and attempted to confront the 
hospital’s medical personnel, found my niece calm as she carefully examined the circumstances and medical condition our 
sister was experiencing and responded appropriately.

VII. Have a goal in mind.

It helps to have a crystal-clear understanding of why you’re doing what you’re doing when life gets rough.

You’ll be driven to keep pushing forward until you achieve your goals if you have a sense of purpose and enthusiasm for them.

Things happen that are out of your control, and this can take the wind out of your sails.

If you’re working on something important to you, however, you’ll always find a way to return to it.

When something is significant to you, you’ll be motivated to keep going after your goals.

Oprah Winfrey is an excellent example.

She has triumphed through difficulties to become a multi-billionaire while doing what she loves.

“Passion is energy,” she says.

Feel the strength that comes from concentrating on what you want to do.

VIII. Refuse to surrender.

To get out of a crisis, you must totally commit to finding a solution.

You must address the problem with determination and zeal.

This will help you develop a mindset in which adversity is something to be overcome and solved rather than something to be passively accepted.

Dilemmas and barriers can sometimes be an opportunity to forge new paths, dream bigger, push forward, and take even bigger risks.

Consider the case of Jack Ma. Ma has had a lot of failures in his life.

He desired to attend college but struggled to pass the admission exam. In his first attempt, he earned a pitiful 1 out of 120 on the math section of the exam. He failed on his second attempt, but passed on his third, allowing him to enrol in the less-than-prestigious Hangzhou Teacher’s Institute. Ma has had a lot of failures in his life.

He eventually found work teaching English at a local university.

However, while visiting a friend in the United States in 1995, he discovered the internet and saw the potential to bring the internet to China.

This is a person who barely made it into college, had failed at most of his previous endeavours, whose only real employment was as an English teacher and translator, and who had no knowledge of computers, e-mail, or the internet.

However, his initial reaction to seeing the internet was that he could add value and accomplish something significant.

And Jack Ma succeeded: he built Alibaba from the ground up and became one of the world’s wealthiest men.

IX. Have faith in your ability.

People who recover from misfortune begin by believing in their ability to move forward.

It’s unlikely that you’ll find a method to succeed if you feel hopeless and powerless.

To survive challenging times, you must have self-confidence and a strong belief in your talents.

To overcome hardship, you must be open-minded and willing to use your talent, know-how, and resourcefulness.

Consider the case of Walt Disney, who was fired from his first job because he wasn’t innovative enough.

Disney, on the other hand, never lost faith in himself or his dreams.

He went on to start the Walt Disney Company, which is now an international media empire.

X. Develop a sense of humour.

Laughter is said to be the best medicine.

It’s your body’s approach to dealing with stress, letting go of tension, and reprogramming your brain to be more optimistic.

Endorphins and dopamine, nature’s feel-good chemicals, are released when you laugh.

When you’re dealing with one of life’s setbacks, it may seem impossible to find anything amusing.

However, taking a step back and laughing at yourself might help lift your spirits and allow you to go forward.

Give yourself some time. You may not be laughing in the midst of a severe setback.

No matter how awful your circumstance is, finding your sense of humour when facing adversity is a healthy method to build resilience.


It’s a lot simpler to say than to do.

Being human, we all have the ability to handle a crisis scenario. My two nephews, for example, are handling the issue well despite not understanding all of these stages.

But, don’t you think we’ll be more resilient to face the crises and obstacles that come our way after we understand the actions to take and put them into practice in our challenges?

Yes, we certainly can.

Of course, crises are stressful. They put your abilities to deal with the circumstance to the test. When confronted with a problem, strive to remain cool. Your education and experience have given you the tools to deal with adversity. You know, artificial intelligence-assisted automatic replies can’t always solve problems.

This is where you enter the picture.

After all, information that is put to use is power.


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Despite successful career and upward trajectory, I found myself unfulfilled. My true passion lies in uplifting others that everyone deserves a joyful existence. Consequently, I've immersed myself in the captivating world of harnessing human psychology and the power of the mind to catalyze rapid personal growth and a more rewarding life. My life's mission encompasses a diverse spectrum of endeavors, including personal transformation, psychological counseling, NLP guidance, public speaking, storytelling expertise, mastering the Law of Attraction, one-on-one sessions, life coaching, and career counseling. My ultimate goal is to positively impact one million lives. With a robust background spanning three decades in civil engineering with MBA in personnel management, I'm transitioning my focus toward understanding human behavior.


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