If you’re sick of reading about Adele, just a warning, this article is about Adele. In our defence, her name is in the headline and pretty much everywhere in the world, so get on the bandwagon or keep your Adele criticism to yourself. This article is also about failure.
1. Fix the issue even if it’s compromising
The reality of the situation is that Adele had every culturally-aware pair of eyes on her at the Grammys. You’ll probably never have that kind of pressure. If the singer had stopped mid-song, the organisers would have thrown a millionaire-dollar fit – your bosses will appreciate that amended a problem that could have snowballed.
2. Embrace the kind voices
“I was embarrassed. I woke up the next morning to people in England being like, ‘We still love you, don’t worry”, Adele said of the debacle. You should embrace your supporters instead of automatically dismissing their kind words.
3. Laugh it off
As you can see from the above interview, Adele isn’t disturbed from the experience. The best thing you can do is laugh the whole experience off and accept that there’s nothing you can do to change it now.