Making A Crisis Into A Favorable Turn


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Making a crisis into something favorable is possible. A crisis can also be a turning point.

A young man is determined to be a pastor.In the United States, if you want to become a pastor, you need to pass an examination, one of which involves public speaking.

The young man came half a month early to the testing center, and he stayed in a hotel room to prepare his speech. After he had written the speech, he read it aloud in the room every day, until he could even recite it backward fluently.

He was well prepared and full of confidence to take the test on the day of examination. He picked up a random number, sat down, and listened to the speeches by the candidates before him.

There was one person before him, and he was surprised to discover that the presentation of the individual on the stage was the same as his!
Looking more closely at the person, he realized that the man had lived the hotel room next to his.

There was no doubt that the candidate had eavesdropped on his loud reciting in his hotel room, and had then plagiarized his speech.
The student tried to suppress his anger and panic, desperately looking for a way out.

Suddenly, a light came upon him; he found a way.
He went to the stage calmly and gave his speech.
His speech was received with warm applause, and he passed the exam at the end.

How did he do it? Do you want to know how he did it?

This is what he said:
“To be a pastor, you need to be patient, able to listen, and capable of memorizing. I will now demonstrate that I can repeat the previous speech word for word. ”

He began to recite the speech that he had practiced diligently. His speech was more exciting than that of the previous candidate, and the audience gave him warm applause.

This serves as an excellent example of making a crisis into a favorable turning point. It is done by staying calm and composed to deal with it at a time of peril.

危機就是轉機

一个年轻人立志做一名牧师。

在美国,要做牧师就要通过牧师考试,其中有一项就是公开演讲。

这个年轻人提前半个月就来到的考试的地方,租了一间旅馆的房间住下来准备演讲稿。

演讲稿写好了以后,他每天都在房间里大声地朗读,一直到可以倒背如流。

到了考试的这一天,他心有成竹地来到考场,抽了签后,就到台下聆听观摩排在他前面的考生演讲。

还有一个人就轮到他了,这时他惊讶地发现:

台上的考生的演讲内容与他一模一样!

他仔细一看,才发现这个人就住在他的隔壁房间。

毫无疑问,这个考生偷听他在房间里的朗读,剽窃了他的演讲稿。

下一个就轮到他了,他强压下满心的愤怒和惊慌,拼命的寻找对策。

突然,他灵机一动……

轮到他演讲了,年轻人站到台上,不慌不忙地说:”……”

他的演说赢得了热烈的掌声,最后他通过了考试。

他是怎么做的呢?

想知道他是怎么做的吗?
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他这样说的:

「要成为一个牧师,需要有耐心、能倾听和有好的记忆力。

我现在就演示一下,我将重复前一位的演讲。 」

说完,他开始背诵那篇他精心准备的演讲稿,比前一位考生更精彩,场上响起了热烈的掌声。

危机就是转机,临危不乱、沉着应变的好例子。 (网络转载)

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