Bad or unfair happenings unfortunately occur too often. It is a reality. How do you think our greatest leaders have become what they are? So the best thing we can do is to see the glass half full, keep certain positivism and think of previous hard experiences that were finally the occasion to push us outside our comfort zone. No time for cynicism or self-victimization. Proactivity is key. If there is a wall in front of you, escalate it, build a ladder or a door to get over it. If it is a river, swim, build a bridge or a raft to cross it. Whatever the way you want to make it, do it! Once you did it, you have progressed and it has reinforced you. Celebrate your success and remember it. Transform your obstacles into great opportunities to progress, innovate, or why not follow your instinct and take another way. Be good and fair in what you are doing. Leaders are exemplary. Kindness and fairness generates something positive in you and in others. As John D. Rockefeller has said: “I always tried to turn every disaster into an opportunity”. Maybe it is something we can do too with kindness and fairness.