The former world champion in 10m air rifle, who turned entrepreneur after the Rio Olympics in 2016, said like in sports, adaptability and acceptance also come handy in business.
Asked about his own tryst with running, Abhinav Bindra said that it was a vital part of his training regime during his days as a shooter.
One of the country's greatest achievers in sports, Bindra is extremely saddened by the loss of lives and livelihood amid the unprecedented health crisis.
Bindra remains India's only individual gold medallist at the Olympics and he came tantalisingly close to adding another podium finish at the 2016 Rio Games, only to miss out by a point.
The show will be hosted by Asian gold medallist squash player Saurav Ghosal.
Bindra had achieved the feat during 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 10 metre air rifle shooter was seen at the top of his craft.
Abhinav Bindra to take part in 'virtual run' to raise funds for people affected by COVID-19 pandemic
The initiative is aimed at providing support to vulnerable sections of society who have been distressed and have lost their livelihoods due to the pandemic.
Abhinav Bindra stressed on the importance of high-performance programs for producing champions in a structured and accountable format.
Bindra, who is also a member of the IOC's Athletes' Commission, highlighted the importance of mental health and how he is trying hard to make athletes aware of it.
Abhinav Bindra in him sees sport playing a 'large role' on the other side of the pandemic, healing the wounds of a world ravaged by its seismic effects.
Bindra was addressing the newly-appointed assistant directors at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) and other senior officials in a special online session on Monday.
The man behind India's biggest triumph at the Olympics retired from shooting after finishing a heart-breaking fourth, missing bronze by 0.5 points, at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Abhinav Bindra said that the athletes around the world were overwhelmingly in favour of the postponement of the Games, which was duly conveyed to the IOC.
India's sole individual Olympic gold medallist Abinav Bindra said dealing with success was difficult for him rather than failure.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday unequivocally backed this summer's Tokyo Olympics, urging athletes to prepare "full steam" despite the coronavirus threat.