We hear the terms ‘LOSER’ and ‘WINNER’ very often, but we seldom get a clear definition of what those terms really mean outside of simply winning or losing some kind of competition.
So now here’s a quick rundown of the exact definitions of being a real ‘WINNER’ or ‘LOSER’:
A loser is part of the problem.
A winner is part of the answer.
A loser stops when they get tired.
A winner stops when they are done.
A loser fixates on what is wrong.
A winner fixates on what is possible.
A loser gets frustrated when things get difficult.
A winner gets fascinated when things get difficult.
A loser will only do their job.
A winner will do anyone’s job.
A loser does enough to get by.
A winner does whatever it takes.
A loser can find a downside to every answer.
A winner can find an answer in every downside.
A loser will focus on the hurdlers in front of the goal.
A winner will focus on the goal beyond the hurdlers.
A loser will say things are, “hard.”
A winner will say things are, “time consuming.”
A loser makes a lot of promises.
A winner keeps all of their commitments.
A loser accepts losing.
A winner only accepts winning.
That is the real definition between ‘LOSER’ and ‘WINNER’.
Do you know which side you fall on?
Hint: if you’re reading this right now you’re probably a WINNER.
MORAL OF THE POEM: If we want to be winners and command our inborn power we must keep moving forward no matter what. Otherwise we’ll end up as losers. It’s that simple.
How To Know Winners From Losers (Poem)
– Written by Motivational Joe