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Although no one hopes to ever have to deal with a crisis on their hands, they may not always be preventable. During times of tribulation, the worst thing you can do as an entrepreneur is panic. Instead, try and get yourself together and power through each obstacle one at a time. In the end, you’ll be surprised at how much stronger you come out of it.

  1. Reconsider Everything 

This is a good time to think about your career and where it’s going. Consider whether or not you’re in the right industry, have the right team, or are generally happy with how your business is going. If you find that you’re having some regrets, now would be the time to move on from your current situation and find something that makes you happier. 

  1. Don’t Be Afraid to Make Changes 

Many times, people are afraid to make changes because they know there might be some pushback, especially if they are changes that don’t benefit everyone. But at the end of the day, your business should be your number one priority and you should be doing everything you can to make sure it’s a success. A crisis is the perfect time to enact these changes. 

  1. Implement Working From Home 

Having your employees work from home means you can cut down on the costs of running an office. Saving money is always a great start to managing a crisis and your employees will likely love the idea of working remotely. 

  1. Cut Back on Labor Costs 

Rather than letting employees go, simply hire them as individual contractors. Hiring freelancers means you’re not paying a salary when it’s not necessary to have full-time employees. Not to mention, it also gives you the freedom to hire people from all parts of the world, and not just globally. Although this type of restructuring may have been met with resistance in the past, there’s not much people can do about it when you’re dealing with a major crisis.