Winners and losers – they are like chalk and cheese.
Winners make things happen. Losers let things happen. A winner is pro-active while a loser is reactive or not active at all, usually it is the latter. When winners create something the classic loser mentality is to criticize, deride, abuse and do whatever else it takes to justify their own lack of achievement and laziness.
Now, I’m not saying that sometimes criticism is not justified. Sometimes it is, especially when the action of one upsets, hinders or adversely affects the rights, feelings and freedom of others. For example, you would hardly want to ignore or praise the actions of a highly successful bank robber or bash artist would you? But I’m not talking about people who make things happen by hurting others. I’m talking about people who create and invent things that are for the betterment of others.
Winners keep going. They push on even when the road is all up-hill. Losers, if they make a start, quit at the first sign of difficulty or the first barrier that they are met with. Winners know that such barriers are only there for them to strive even harder. They get even busier and more determined. Nothing stops a winner. Winners soldier on in the face of insurmountable odds. Winners are always up for a challenge. Losers quit at the very thought of a challenge.
If you tell a winner that they will never be able to do something then that is like tipping gasoline on a flame. It fires them up to prove you wrong. If you tell a loser that they cannot do something they will agree with you.
Winners force the issues. They make things happen. Losers give up. They let things happen.
Are you a winner or a loser? So, you think you are a winner hey? Prove it. Shoot for that goal. Don’t let anyone or anything stand in your way. Make it happen.
Source by Gary Simpson