People who feel entitlement are often seen as cocky, arrogant, and generally the term falls within some form of racial profiling. However, the vast majority of successful people feel a sense of entitlement; the sense that they belong at the top of the field they are pursuing. This is the attitude of the Achiever.
How one "behaves" when they feel entitlement ultimately determines the value of their entitlement; the position of their entitlement will rank with how they craft their leadership and collaboration with others. Humility goes a long way in this world, but it must be balanced with assertiveness and rigorous work ethics; this defines graceful entitlement.
There are those that talk about doing and those that "do" because they believe in their ability- they feel entitled to be at the top. They take risks that have the opportunity to maximize their potential, and they are not afraid to sacrifice their "playtime" for work time. They'd rather work hard today, so their vacations are deposited for tomorrow. Time is not a steal wall; it will move and those who move with it, not standing "steal/still", will be entitled to achievement.
Today, LIVE with a since of entitlement: pursue today with humility, assertiveness, and with a rigorous work ethic. Entitlement can be graceful and rewarding.