Powerful Debriefing: How to be a winner regardless of your successes or failures

what_happened_One of the major difference between winners and losers; winners have the ability to look at reality, and look long enough so all the filters get revealed and you actually see things for what they are.

Another difference between winners and losers is that winners love setbacks, love failures, maybe even more than success. Losers love success and hate failures, or setbacks.

Being a winner or a loser is a WHO issue: it is not a WHAT issue, not a circumstantial, horizontal plane phenomenon: it is who you are.
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Being a winner… is it a matter of luck? What is luck anyway?

winning takes more than talent. it's easy to win against people, it is not that easy to win against your own bestBefore I do the webinar on inventing being a winner, it would be useful, wouldn’t you say, to distinguish what is winning, what is a winner, so you can choose to be that, or not.

So, I have been looking at everything through this distinction for the past few days, and I am starting to see things.

I have found that the difference between winning or not winning, oftentimes can be seen in the difference in attention.
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