What is the difference between winners and losers?

let all your parts pull in the same direction

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life
- think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the
brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body,
be full of that idea, and just leave every other
idea alone. This is the way to success.

Swami Vivekananda

You need to enroll all of you in what you want to accomplish, or your parts are like a kindergartner group... need a shepherd dog to get anywhere.

If you could observe your whole self, some of you can, you would see that every part of you pulls you in a different area.

Your body, your mind, your ego, your soul, your emotions, your history, all want you do go and do something different.

The strongest wins, and you find yourself taking naps, doing five dollar an hour jobs, eating ice cream, watching television, hanging out on facebook, getting drunk... whatever.

In other situations you find yourself arguing, sulking, feeling like a victim... there is no rhyme or reason to your life, because there is no organizing principle, there is no boss, there is only a mob of kindergartners...

The difference between winners and losers is their inner organization: the winners have an inner boss, and that boss runs a tight ship, and at least some of the time, the mob follows him.

Winner simply means that the inner boss is taking the mob to winning. The inner boss knows where it wants to go, and forces the crew to do its job, find the way, do the work, invent, create, stay the course.

I say most of the time, because even winners have urges, but only some of the time that winners stray, and when they stray, they find their way back.

Why, because they have decided what the path is, and therefore they are not lost in some confusion, they have the path to return to.

Do you?

If you don't, you are on a losing path that goes nowhere, and that's why, probably, why you are reading this article.

I am reading a book that shows the laws of evolution to be true in business. And the book says: failure is normal, failure is natural, failure is how winners win, survivors thrive.

In nature this is clearer than in business: animals don't give up, because they listen to an organizing principle called Life. Life wants more life, and won't have it any other way.

But in business it si not a given what is the organizing principle that you would turn to when a step, a project, a whole idea fails.

People fear failure, and they are automatically a loser, a non-survivor in business.

Unless you accept failure as normal, necessary, and without it you can't succeed, you'll honor fear... and fall.

But, even if you accept failure as normal, what will return you to doing it again, unless you have an organizing principle, something that your inner boss will use to return to the path?

You don't have one? You need one!

Of course, you'll need to train your inner boss to call the shot, and your inner crew to follow the leader... so it is not a one-time shot.

Actually, in the beginning of your training, you'll be able to hold onto your organizing principle as an organizing principle only seconds at a time... it will devolve to a good idea you forgot why you liked so much in the first place...

But you can train yourself, diligently, over time, and you can, little by little, become a force to reckon with, a winner.

That is the new series of workshop is designed to do.

I temporarily call the workshops "Clearing the deck" and I may come up with a different title... after all it is "Winner Training" really.

I am not quite ready yet, but the frequency of the workshop will need to be weekly.

If you have already let me know before, no need to comment, but if you haven't, if you think this is for you, please let me know in the comments below.

I'll let you know when I have a time and date for the start.

While it is just starting, the fee will be low... then as the number of winners in training grows, I'll raise the price.

Will it raise your vibration? If you do the work: I guarantee it. Will it make you a winner? If you do the work: I guarantee it. But even the best methods fail you if you fail yourself by not doing the work.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

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