I am currently reading a book about the biblical story David and Goliath by Malcom Gladwell (he also wrote Outsiders, which was amazing). He talks about how statistically it made no sense that David, the underdog, could have defeated Goliath, the giant. But he did and it only took him a hot minute to take him out. Gladwell suggests that we don’t give the underdogs enough credit, that we label them inferior and assume they will never get ahead. Of course, life is like this. What if we used our disadvantages strategically? They have taught us lessons that people with advantages will never have the chance to learn. Where are you labeling yourself as the underdog? How can you flip that to suggest to yourself that maybe the opposite is true?