When Hillary Clinton shifted from being co-president to a traditional First Lady, she developed wattage. That is, she developed the ability to be noticed in her own right. Not as a reflection of someone else's power. And that was because she knew that she had to change and sucked it up.
Lesson number 4 on how you can develop wattage is:
Know when to change and then change.
In itself that transmits the message of humility. Super investor Warren Buffett exudes wattage because he understands his limitations. That's why he only invests in what he can put his mind and experience around. In addition, changing aligns you precisely with the times. Because Eliot Spitzer could not change he seemed out of touch, that is not with the year 2013. That year was many years after he had had the power of position of being the governor. Since he wasn't the governor any more, he should have put together a new persona.
The trick with changing is doing it before you have to.