How to be a Winner


Have faith in God. God gave you certain talents and it’s up to you to use them.

Develop the talents you have to their optimum potential. A talent left undeveloped is a talent not worth having.

Among your most important assets are your education and experiences. They can never be taken away from you.

Motivate yourself by associating with strivers. You’ll tend to perform at the level of those around you.

Tackle each goal each day for it’s own sake. The skills and strategies you use will uncover your own strengths and weaknesses.

Intensity is essential to success. You’ll never reach a goal by wishing for it to happen. Set your goals and direct your efforts totally to attaining it.

Try things that are new and difficult..

The challenge of the impossible makes life exciting. Strive for more than just “good enough”.

Overcome the fear of failure. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Look at your mistakes as a learning opportunity.

Time builds into days, weeks, months and years. But the basic unit is a day. Each day’s accomplishments add up over time. No day in itself will cause you to succeed or fail. It is the total sum of days that count in the end.

Ignore those you tell you to take it easy. You can’t succeed by “taking it easy.”

Never be satisfied with reaching a goal. Once you reach it, savor it briefly and move on toward your next goal. The journey toward the goal is much more rewarding than actually achieving it. If you stop at the achieved goal you will stagnate.

When life gives you a lemon……Make lemonade.

Always remember happiness comes from within. Don’t depend on others to make you happy. Rely on yourself for your own success and happiness.

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