It’s easy to feel used, taken for granted, or overwhelmed whenever a few nab most of the spoil, and race to the top. The media’s focus on Wall ST greed may make you feel victim, or it could be colleague at work who advanced unfairly at your expense.
Whatever the reason, if you find yourself angry, sad, or resentful over being duped, you may have sidestepped a crown that was yours all the time. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can awaken brainpowered possibilities, whenever victimhood knocks. How so?
The opposite of victim is leadership by influence, and it can be yours through an action. Believe it or not – what you do in a day triggers your talents to lead forward or leave you in the dust.
The next time you find yourself in that done-in place, ask a question to discover:
What one action would highlight an innovative leadership trait you’d like other victims to see in you?
Then, simply act out that one thing.
See how this approach leapfrogs you to the other side of self-pity into compelling new leadership horizons. It’s how human brains wire to work best. Live one opposite of a letdown today, and your brain rewires its plasticity to rejuvenate your lead- by-influence opportunities tomorrow.
Problems offer new neuron pathways toward opportunities, when you simply act on their opposite sides and allow plasticity to remap your brain for success. Ready to step away from casualty for another shot at victory?