Had to repost this, after a conversation with a couple of co-workers Friday, regarding are frustration on society trying to teach kids, that there are no winners or losers. It’s not that people are defined or branded as losers, they aren’t. But this is a great layout of how people do get “defined” or “branded” as winners. Choices.
Whenever I hear someone described as a born winner I always wonder what “the born winner” thinks. They very well may have been born with some advantages; wealthy parents, good environment, etc. are a couple that come to mind. But this much I believe is certain, they were not born winners. They worked to become a winner. Even people born with those advantages can lazy the advantages away if they refuse to work to maximize them.
People that win have invariably formed the habits of doing the things that people who don’t win simply don’t like to do. Winners don’t necessary like to do them either but they do them anyway. They do them to win!
Winners make better choices, sometimes hard choices but they make them anyway. People that don’t win often make only the easy choices or worse yet they make no choice at all.
People that win…
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