Mikeitz means “at the end.” Mikeitz begins by giving a descriptive narrative about Pharaoh’s two dreams—nightmares—along with the interpretations given by Joseph. As a result of interpreting Pharaoh’s dreams, Joseph was made viceroy of Egypt—and that quickly, he went from the prison to the palace. The Almighty had orchestrated every step of his life and set him up to be a leader.
Because Joseph was known for interpreting dreams, God caused Pharaoh to dream so that Joseph would be called upon. Pharaoh dreamed because of Joseph—because God put within him the ability to interpret dreams. So when He wanted to advance Joseph to viceroy of Egypt, He gave Pharaoh the need to find someone to interpret his dreams.
Like Joseph, God has given you an ability, a skill set, and when He wants to expose you and take you to a higher position, He makes someone else in need of that ability, that skill set. Realize that someone else is in need of the ability that you have been given.