Career Advancement Techniques
Perhaps you have carefully orchestrated your climb to the top and have taken on more and more responsibility along the way. In the final analysis, you — and every other worker — are always going to be judged on the quality of the work done. If your organization is one in which the structure emphasizes a team approach rather than dazzling solo acts, you will want to be a team player. The quality of the team's work will be more important than any individual's.
How does the Law of Attraction work when the competitive spirit of others creates an environment in which you have to go head to head? Teachers of the Law of Attraction suggest that you, possibly with others, have created the reality in which competition drives the outcome of winner and loser. You must then work under the rules created. If your single-minded attention had been to achieve that specific goal, you'd have done it … but your intention was to compete for that goal.
You, perhaps with coworkers or others, created a reality that dictated a winner and loser. You may have the intention to win, but the rules you created make it possible for you to lose. Change the rules and you set up a different environment for the outcome; that is, maybe you don't win at the top, but you win in some way on some level. Here's an example of the same idea using others in the company. Instead of celebrating the achievement of only your top salesperson, establish several levels of winners. In that way, one person's gain (in this case, the top seller) won't dictate that everyone else necessarily loses. High achievers are rewarded, others are acknowledged for their hard work, and no one gets left out.