Are you facing a challenge of some type? If so, should you feel good about being the underdog?
It’s likely you should …
There are advantages to being an underdog — we’re forced to be creative and innovative. We step out of that limiting “box” to hopefully rise to a new level.
The almost 3000-year-old account of David and Goliath is the perfect underdog touchstone. The ginormous Philistine arrogantly presumed how the contest would be played. He had no way of knowing what was coming at him.
Even more, he was absolutely clueless about who he was dealing with.
David was clearly seen by everyone as the quintessential underdog. But he operated in the sphere of his genius and shocked everyone. And we can too.