Disappointments and How to Manage them

By Sanjeev Singhai.

It happens with everyone, that you have been working on something big and waited long for that one good news. The whole atmosphere is all upbeat around you and suddenly you realise that your dreams are shattered. Such news always leaves one in state of shock and with huge disappointment.
Specially in business, these types of news may dislodge one’s future ambitious plans and comes as a huge loss to business. In this situation managing “Disappointments” becomes very critical for each of us, if we are not able to manage our disappointments well, it not only effects our professional performance but may effect personal lives too. […]


I always say that its important that we commit mistakes. And mostly people are amazed when they hear me saying this and usually take my comment very casually without understanding the meaning of the same. For me committing mistakes mistakesis important part of our learning process. What is important, is to be watchful about them and  ensure that we are not repeating mistakes. Intelligent people never repeats their mistakes and after committing one mistake they are very watchful for the next mistake. But on the hand, person who has casual attitude commits same mistake again and again. And that is why it is said “only fools repeats mistakes.” At work place committing mistake repeatedly hampers our career adversely and superiors take the serious note about them and which often get reflected in their appraisals.Another reference which is very close to this is topic is about that how you feel about the mistakes committed. […]