One should never be complacent as it may end up in a disaster or a failure. It is a common occurrence in the Indian cricket team who after winning a few matches becomes complacent and then starts behaving miserably.

Complacency leads to euphoria with resultant sympathetic over activity which can impair performance and also can cause performance anxiety. The classical tale of rabbit and tortoise explains this phenomenon where a non-complacent tortoise wins the race from the rabbit. Apart from Cricket this is also seen commonly in Indian politics. A team after winning election becomes complacent and instead of working for the welfare of the society, it starts taking public for granted and ends up in disaster later.