This is where Humans tend to have an expectation that they will be be justly rewarded and praised for all of their hard work and sacrifice.
Sahil bloom covers this bias Part 2 of his multi-part series on cognitive biases and logical fallacies
1. Focus on the process not the reward
2. Disassociate my self from seeking validation try and build a mindset that I don't need external validation but have an innate self worth
3. Question if I am in the wrong field seek , it could be that this activity isn't a match and then don't bitch quit!
4. Set up a set of my own milestones and objectives I am looking to achieve use these as the metric of success
5. Draw up an outline of what success would look like and ask is it what I truly want
6. Adopt a in the present in the Now technique actually focus on the activities I am doing this resentment isn't relevant to what I am doing right now
7. Question my expectation using different perspectives i.e. the boss, my colleagues, clients, as James Altucher say don't some your own crack , (try other people's)
8. If I am feeling resentful accept it name it and make a long list of its components and l why feel this way:
identify what Is true
Identify what I have control of
9. Instead try getting used to doing random acts of unattributed kindnesses do it because it makes a difference and makes me a better person
10. View it as the marshmallow test delaying expectation is the same practice as delaying gratification you become more disciplined as a result