“Those who try their best, shall will, while those who tried without full effort don’t deserve to.”
Topics: Importance, Rewards, How to: Goal Oriented, Take Responsibility, No Fear of Failure, Commitment, Procrastination, Visualization, Timing, Learning, Working Hard.
The Importance of Winning.
Since the beginning of time, society has always praised & applauded winners. Winning is – and has become – the central core of society, and everything that we do revolves around it.
The Rewards of Winning
Victory tastes very good and there are many advantages to winning, especially in a winning orientated society like ours. By wining:
- You become more successful & popular
- You are given respect & admiration
- You can win certain rewards or perks
- You improve your confidence
- The main point is that, winning is a good thing and as long as you don’t let it go to your head, it can be very beneficial.
How to Become a Winner
Finally we are here. These 10 tips are guaranteed to increase your chances at winning and transform you into a winner.
1. Become Goal Oriented
Imagine trying to win a race if you had no idea where to go. It’s not possible. Goals give you direction and winning can only happen if you have a target in mind. So make goal-making part of your planning and learn to work towards something rather than fuzzy aims. “Many are stubborn in pursuit of the path they have chosen, few in pursuit of the goal”. –Friedrich Nietzsche
2. Take Responsibility . . .
for everything you do in your life and don’t make excuses. Winners are in control of themselves and feel only they are responsible for their outcomes. “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today. -Abraham Lincoln
3. Don’t be Afraid of Failure
You can’t expect to win without ever facing failure. It’s a regular part of life and you have to learn to embrace it, learn how to use it to your advantage.
4. Be Committed (not to an Institution)
Winners are committed to winning. They know “what” they want and therefore do whatever they have to do, to get there. Stay dedicated and learn how to motivate yourself to keep going on – overcoming obstacles.
5. Don’t Procrastinate
It’s the prime reason for failure. Don’t put thing off and try to get things done asap. This way you don’t just release anxiety, but you feel good & gain time to do other things to reach your goal. “Winning starts with beginning”. -Robert H. Schuller
6. Visualize the Process . . .
as well as the end goal. They visualize the process and the steps involved. This visualization gives winners a plan and it helps them reach their destination faster.
7. Manage your Time
Make the most of your time and learn to be more productive. Time is one limit. “Let him who would enjoy a good future waste none of his present”. -Roger Babson
Don’t ever let it be weakened. Focus is vital for attaining victory – as it provides you with a direction to aim at, by concentrating all your thoughts upon the priorities. “The sun’s rays do not burn until brought to a focus”. -Alexander Graham Bell
9. Always be Learning
When it comes to winning, knowledge is power and the more you know the better you be at your profession. “Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will”. -Vernon Howard
10. Working Hard:
is what Winning comes down to in the end. The more effort you put in, the better the results. So if you increase your effort (productively) you will greatly increase your chances of winning. “Hard work mixed with determination can get you anything in life”. Steve Jobs
Comments: Do you have any other Tips to Winning in the game of Life?
from Code of Living.com 4/12 enhanced by Peter/CXO Wiz4.biz
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Quotes on Winning
“Team-work makes the dream work.”
“The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory”.
“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed (ie, your Customers).”
“When launching something new, you have to go for it – all in, not just “playing not to lose”. Willing to do whatever it takes.”
“If you don’t have a competitive advantage in the market, don’t compete”.
“It is better to act too quickly, than it is to wait too long, because the opportunity may pass you by.”
“You can look at the situation and feel you’ve failed. Or you can look at it and be excited about what you can learn and the new opportunities it presents.”
“Good leaders create a vision, passionately promote the vision to relentlessly drive it to completion.”