FIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WINNERS AND THOSE CONSISTENTLY UNABLE TO SUCCEED

1. Winners say, “Let’s find out.”
Those consistently unable to succeed say, “Nobody knows.”

2. When Winners make mistakes, they say, “I was wrong.”
When those consistently unable to succeed make mistakes, they say “It wasn’t my fault.”

3. Winners make commitments.
Those consistently unable to succeed make promises.

4. Winners show they are sorry by making up for it.
Those consistently unable to succeed say “I’m sorry” but do the same thing over and over again.

5. Winners say they’re good, but not as good as they can be.
Those consistently unable to succeed say they are not as bad as others.

For those of you who are Winners, as you work with others reach out to help them become more than they are. Teach them how to find resources so they learn to grow and gain confidence.

For those of you who are on your way to more success, be willing to take a risk. Be courageous and reach out to others who are where you want to be or have what you would like to have, i.e., network every place you go and make friends with those you can help move forward as you learn from them also! If you want to grow yourself or your business you must make mistakes and take chances. Always keep in mind the words of Abraham Lincoln: “Important principles may, and must, be inflexible” – set standards for yourself that require accountability. Commit to doing your best and being your best every day!

“Do what you can in the here and now, making the most of the journey.”
~ John C. Maxwell

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One Response to FIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN WINNERS AND THOSE CONSISTENTLY UNABLE TO SUCCEED

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