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“A loser doesn’t know what he’ll do if he loses, but talks about what he’ll do if he wins, and a winner doesn’t talk about what he’ll do if he wins, but knows what he’ll do if he loses.” – Unknown
Success is the end result of multiple victories honorably won. For that reason, anyone who aspires to succeed must be passionate about winning. It could even be said that most of the world’s movers and shakers are more motivated by the desire to win than by the objective that they are after.
Winning is processional and it’s a way of life. Without the competitive spirit, no great achievement is possible. Ambivalence has no place in the arenas of success. Either the game is played to win or it’s a no contest.
Life is about competition. That’s how evolution worked from amoeba to man, it’s how mankind grew and it’s how success is achieved. To live and grow is to compete and win.
Strong and effective competitors share two common elements. They have a unique mindset and they posses outstanding personal resources. Let’s take a look at these two items.
Winners believe that they are fighting for a cause that is larger than they are. They have a sense of destiny. They understand that they have an important role to play in the grand scheme of the Universe and that what they do matter.
Taking such a stance is not reserved to the privileged few. Anyone who has the courage to stand up and claim his birthright could see himself in that light. It’s a question of self-esteem and a question of self-confidence. Something that anyone who is willing to put in the time and effort can acquire.
Along with that mindset, winners have outstanding personal resources. They were not born with these resources they acquired them. They did so by constantly waging the ultimate war, the battle to constantly outdo themselves.
Life’s noblest conquests are the ones that we have over ourselves. Those are the battles that we should be obsessed to win. That’s were we expand and grow. It’s where we acquire the personal resources essential to lasting success.
We learn very little when we stay in our comfort zone. A bodybuilder will grow by challenging heavier and heavier weights. That’s also how our bank of references (personal resources) works. We learn by overcoming larger and larger obstacles and facing ever-greater obstacles.
It could be said that the story of accomplishments is the story of victories. Victories that start with victories over self then extend outward to public achievements; thus creating a self-propelling and ever growing circle of personal growth, victories and achievements.
If we look at it with a cold and calculating eye, we can see that life, in all its forms, is an eternal competition for supremacy. We cannot escape it. Either we enter the arena and compete or we are left by the wayside and become a burden on society. Those are not cruel and uncaring words they are facts.
The world does not owe us anything yet it has already given us much. It is up to us to find the opportunities available and do the best that we can to turn them into successful and rewarding accomplishments. That’s what we were born to do. To quote Julius Caesar, “Veni, vidi, vici.” (I came, I saw, I conquered.)
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