Success Is The Best Revenge

When someone causes you harm, it is natural to have an emotional reaction: rage,  anger, and the desire for revenge.

Some believe revenge is justice but that is vigilante thinking. Thinking about exacting revenge is a human response but it offers little in the way of satisfaction.

Revenge reinforces negativity. Confucius said, “Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.” Instead, visualize your success.

Success is very different for each of us. For some, it is becoming prosperous, and for others, it is finding security and peace. Understand what you want to achieve and go for it.

Motivation Revenge can be an excellent motivator.  Let others who hurt you see you dust yourself and thrive.

Rechannel Your Energy Anger and hurt take our energy away. You want the person who caused you pain to have their comeuppance.

Abundance Mindset Our attitudes can help or hurt us, and we have the power to adopt a more favorable mindset. A person with a scarcity mindset blames the world for their mistakes.

Keep A Positive Perspective There is no better place to learn about the need to have a  positive perspective than from  Dr. William  Hemreich’s 1991 study about Holocaust survivors.

Traits of A Successful Person Passion and Purpose Finding passion in what you do makes it easier for you to be successful. Understand where your interests are.

Self-Discipline Being self-disciplined at work is an essential ingredient to being a valuable employee. It means working hard is simply the minimum.

Embrace Learning The most successful people–Oprah, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Sheryl Sandberg, and Mark Cuban– read hundreds of pages daily and enjoy learning.

Accept Failure To Have Greater Success Set reasonable goals and establish strategies to execute your plan. Sometimes you will face obstacles and have to make trade-offs.

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