Crisis Management at its best

August 6th, 2010 by James

Crisis Management at its bestIf you are in the mid-20s and already think that the world is all after you for breaking you down, it is time for you to relax a bit and think with a calm and positive mind frame.

The transition from college to the real world can be extremely difficult for some of us with unexpected changes taking place on the personal and professional fronts. This may range from work, added responsibilities, relationships demanding time and commitment, money, and desire for getting recognized and can seriously impact your growth, personally and professionally.

From Timesofindia.indiatimes.com:

Start of the race

Many believe that the urge to compare (courtesy our rank driven education system) makes things worse. “Because everyone is just starting out, there’s constant monitoring of progress. This leads to pressure and takes the fun away from a new job,” cites 22-year-old Ronak Gandhi, currently pursuing CAT. Psychologist Alina Philip pins the frustration down to the nature of work youngsters grapple with. “Since they are at the bottom of the ladder, they do the maximum work and get the least credit,” she explains.

Relationships

As you approach your mid-20s, you experience the pressure to settle down. “Parents start looking for prospective partners,” says Ujwala, “You haven’t achieved much in life, but the pressure has already begun. It’s like sitting on a time bomb.” Men, on the other hand, complain of pressure to reach financial stability, like an unspoken deadline to be dealt with.

Lack of soft skills

College life prepares you from the academic perspective, but the real world initiates you into what’s needed to succeed. “The tact to deal with bosses, the maturity to handle competition and the diplomacy to deal with irritating colleagues is all new,” adds Ujwala.

However, things can be put to rest by careful thinking and defining the short-term and long-term personal and professional goals and sticking to them. In addition to that, happiness and success are bound to come easy if you are satisfied and emotionally stable.

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