Losing livens living. Giving up is easy to do. It takes fortitude and honor to be a winner, to remain determined after a loss. In fact, for many, the act of overcoming loss often inspires their winner mentality.
Losing can, and often does, drive one to succeed. Pouting over a loss is nonsensical. Blaming others, making excuses, pointing out situations or events as causative is the weak voice of a loser. Winners move up and move on.
“Even if you lose, you win.” ~Elle Wiesel
The chief cause of losing is the inner-me.
The inner of a winner is indomitable, courageous and confident. Be assured, know the win from within. Look inside yourself and examine your inner traits. Celebrate your courage, point to your power, fuel your fascination.
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