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How Smart People Get Revenge

Have you ever vowed to get revenge on someone who mistreated you?

I have.

But revenge is funny.

It can work to your advantage or it can ruin you.

Click the play button above to watch this episode of HardTalk where I’ll show you how to get revenge intelligently.

Once you watch the video, make sure you tell me what you think of it by leaving a comment on my YouTube page here. 

If you’d rather read than watch, here are 3 strategies smart people use to get revenge intelligently…

1. Smart people never run their mouths after getting mistreated.

When someone treats you poorly, your initial reaction will be to complain about it or badmouth them.

This is a sloppy way of getting revenge.

When you do this, you’re only hurting yourself.

You’re merely giving negative people the information they need to hold you back or push you around even more.

You’re giving them a bigger target to hit.

A better strategy is to remove yourself from the situation completely and watch these people fight themselves.

2. Smart people stay unemotional.

Getting even with someone should never be emotional.

Instead, it should simply be a business decision.

Someone has affected the cost-benefit ratio of your life and now you need to act strategically to improve your position so it doesn’t happen again.

The best way to do this is to channel other people’s manipulative actions into something productive that benefits you.

Don’t complain. Instead, use the pain you’ve experienced to your advantage.

Channel your energy into making something happen for yourself.

Growth is the best revenge.

3. Get revenge on yourself by constantly improving.

When people take advantage of you in life, it’s just as much your fault as it is their fault.

You put yourself in a compromising position.

You allowed yourself to be pushed around and manipulated.

Now take responsibility for it.

Use the fact that you were mistreated as motivation to improve your position.

Where are you vulnerable in life?

What knowledge do you lack?

What skills do you need to develop?

Lashing out at others or turning sly and manipulative is a waste of time.

Don’t turn the microscope on other people, turn it on yourself. After all, who are you really trying to help?

Stop trying to fix the people mistreating you.

Instead, focus on bettering yourself.

Once you watch the video, make sure you tell me what you think of it by leaving a comment on my YouTube page here.

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