How to approach each moment of the day is under our control. Not being taken for granted, however, is at best a collaboration. Others will treat us as they wish and it falls on our shoulders to ignore them or allow their behaviour to get to us.
Yet there are certain actions we can take to limit the possibility of people treating us badly. For instance, not being taken for granted could begin by ensuring our input is aligned to values and given to the best of our abilities. Moreover, how we deal with folk invariably influences how they consider us.
However, by focusing on our goals instead of worrying about others’ reaction towards our actions, we leave no time to become upset when, instead of not being taken for granted, we are indeed treated in such a manner.
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