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13 Pieces of Advice to Those Who Possess Power

Do you possess power? If you do, then chances are there are people in the world who don’t like it. This is because power is not an easy thing to achieve. It requires a lot of wisdom and experience so that your actions can be seen as positive ones instead of destructive ones.

Power can be a great thing. It can help you make a difference in the world, it can help you create change, and it can give you the ability to do whatever you want whenever you want.

The true measure of a man’s power is his ability to influence the lives of people. However, there are also times when power can be dangerous and destructive. When used improperly or without thought for others’ well-being, power can lead to abuse of authority and oppression of others.

Here are some things that I’ve learned over the years:

1. The powerful need to learn how to help people and to be helped.

Powerful people often forget that they are vulnerable, and so they are not sensitive to the feelings of others. They also tend to ignore their own vulnerabilities. They may believe that they have everything under control, but when things don’t go well, they may feel helpless and confused. You should try to remain open-minded about other people’s ideas and perspectives so that you can learn from them as well as from yourself.

2. People in power should recognize their own vulnerability.

The powerful are often afraid of being vulnerable because they think it will make them look weak or incompetent. But the opposite is true: If you want others to trust you, then it’s important for you to trust yourself.

3. People in power should empathize with others’ feelings of vulnerability.

Powerful people often assume that everyone else feels just as confident as they do about their abilities, experience and performance. But this is seldom true; feelings of confidence can be deceiving if we don’t pay attention to our own feelings of vulnerability or fear. The best leaders are those who understand this principle well and take care not only of themselves but also of those around them (who may feel even more vulnerable than they do).

4. People in power should learn to distinguish between external and internal threats.

“Power is like a drug. Once you have it, it’s not enough to keep it; you must use it.”
This quote from the book “Power” by Robert Greene is attributed to many people, including Napoleon Bonaparte, Mark Antony, and Adolf Hitler.

It’s a good quote because it illustrates how having power can be dangerous - especially if you don’t know how to handle it.
First, I would like to say that people in power should learn to distinguish between external and internal threats. This will help them avoid being taken advantage of by other people who want their power for themselves.

5. People in power need to recognize when they’re wrong.
Those who use their position of power to gain personal benefit must recognize that they are not above the law, and should avoid actions that will make them vulnerable to prosecution.

6. Those with power must control the impulse to strike out defensively when criticized.

People in power need to recognize when they should also accept criticism gracefully and learn how to take responsibility for their decisions and actions without resorting to defensive action or blaming others.

7. Powerful people should think carefully before bringing up the subject of their greatness.

It’s tempting to believe that everyone wants to hear how great you are, but that’s rarely the case. The truth is, most people don’t want to hear about your greatness - they just want you to be happy. And if you’re not happy, it’s difficult for them to be happy about anything else.

8. Be careful not to let your ego get in the way of taking risks and making changes that will help your company succeed.

Don’t let yourself get so caught up in the minutiae of business that you lose sight of the big picture or don’t recognize opportunities for growth and change in your organization or industry.

9. The powerful should seek out meaningful relationships with those they lead, even if they cost more time and money.

It’s easy to forget that a leader is only as good as the people who surround him or her - and vice versa. That’s why so many successful leaders have found success by building strong teams around them. While it’s important to build strong teams, do not overleverage them or allow them to become too important for their own good; make sure that each member has a clear purpose and goals in mind when joining your team and is recognized for his or her contributions toward achieving those goals.

10. Powerful people should be aware that it is hard for others to view them as authentic, so they must take extra care to be genuine.

Powerful people are often surrounded by a group of people who are loyal and supportive. However, when you become powerful, you will find that the circle of your friends begins to shrink. In fact, many of those who have been with you from the beginning will begin to resent your success and give up on their friendship with you. This is because they know how much work it takes to become powerful.

Powerful people should be aware that it is hard for others to view them as authentic, so they must take extra care to be genuine. The best way to do this is by being yourself. If someone knows you well enough, they will know if you are not being yourself because of your power or position. A powerful person should always remember that everyone has their own opinion about what makes a person powerful and genuine.

11. Be aware that there are times when it’s better not to speak up or take action at all rather than risk embarrassing yourself or getting found out later on.

Don’t be afraid of being a little bit awkward in your interactions with others. You’re not going to offend anyone by being honest and direct with them, but you need to know what kind of person they are before you can be honest about anything else.

If someone is asking for help, don’t just give them what they want immediately. There’s no reason why someone should have access to information that isn’t theirs, so if they ask for help with something, find out what they need help with first before giving it to them right away. This will allow you to see if this is something they can handle on their own or if they really do need some help with it; once you know which one it is, then go ahead and give them the info they asked for!

12. Power is a tool for good, not for evil.

Power is a tool that can be used for good or evil. It is not inherently good or bad but rather depends on the person who wields it. If you are not careful about how you use your power, you may be tempted to misuse it for your own personal gain. If this happens, then you will lose all credibility and respect from others around you.
The key to using power effectively is to know what your purpose in life is and then focus on achieving it by using all of the resources at your disposal.

13. Power doesn’t make you good.

Power can be used to do good, but it can also be used for evil. The same goes for money and fame.
The world is full of power, but not all of it is good. Power can be used to hurt people and destroy things, but it can also be used to help others and build things up. The problem with most people who have power is that they think they are good just because they have it. They don’t realize that the power itself isn’t what makes them good or bad - it’s how they use it that matters most.

If you want to be a good leader, then you need to learn how to use your power wisely. You need to learn how to use your influence for good rather than evil, because if you do not use your influence for good, then there will be no one left who follows you or respects you as an authority figure in society.

On a final note, the key to using power effectively lies in recognizing it for what it is. Yes, power is to be controlled. But its supposed control goes beyond mere obedience. The fact is, having power means you have the responsibility to use it for good. God used great power to save us from our sins, but he didn’t stop there. He wants us to follow in his footsteps to use our gifts and abilities to serve and bless others. We must learn that power is meant to be used in the service of others. As long as we keep this purpose of power in mind, we can use power to help ourselves, our businesses, and the world at large grow in the right direction.

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