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How to make a crisis work in your favour

Let’s face it, none of us are immune to the occasional setback, but knowing how to embrace the challenges can help us to keep calm and carry on, says Jeremy Stockwell

1 Don’t rely on adrenaline to power you through a crisis. When you get an adrenal rush, your adrenal gland gets a ping of energy, but eventually that fizzles out. Then we want more of it and, before we know it, we need that buzz to keep going. Some people can’t give a good performance unless they’ve had that shot of what they need. But adrenaline is short-lived and not the answer.

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