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How to Create a Win Win Situation

What does winning mean to you? Is it working through something you thought was impossible? Is it losing weight and adopting a healthier lifestyle. Is it finding the love of your life? Is it getting that business deal that you’ve always wanted?

Regardless of what winning looks like to you, I’m sure you would agree that even the idea of winning is a gratifying feeling. There is nothing like winning especially winning over and over again.

Winning and losing isn’t everything. Sometimes the journey is just as important.

The reality is winning over and over again can be challenging. I have often said that in winning, I’ve failed. That failure taught me how to succeed. It gave me patience. It made me tougher under most circumstances. It made me want to win again even though I knew it would require a different me.

Whatever you want to pursue in life, know that in order to get there, you will have to sacrifice a lot. Sometimes that sacrifice will cause you to second guess or even doubt yourself. Nevertheless, know that if it’s worth it, your determination to pursue it should be nonstop.

It takes a lot of people to make a winning team. Everybody’s contribution is important.

Expect to win! Set your mind up to win! Speak on winning and win! But just realize that even if you don’t win right now, position yourself to eventually win. Don’t sweat the small stuff. As long as you make “you” the project of your success, winning will be a part of your language and your daily activity.

When winning, there’s nothing like bringing other people along to win with you. I look forward to seeing people win.

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In the meantime, I look forward to hearing about your next win.

Blessings & success,

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22 Replies to “How to Create a Win Win Situation”

  • I love this post, I have also learned from my failure. I have learned to be patient and to pick myself up and start all over again. There is no such thing as can’t or quit with me, this post inspires me to push harder. Thanks for sharing. Carolyn

  • I loved this article! Right now I have so many wins I’m working toward and time makes me get discouraged. But I really appreciated this positive motivational read.

  • I love this! This resonates with me as I’ve recently gone through a similar situation. My dad used to always say there’s always sun after the rain, so I always try to think about that when I go through things

  • I agree with your post. Sometimes, we only focus at the end result and we forget that it takes a lot of effort and sacrifice to reach the final destination. Thanks for sharing.

  • My mind is always set on WIN. It’s been programmed that way. I look at every situation in my life as a win. Thus even if something negative happens, I look at the situation with a glass 1/2 full perspective and LEARN from the situation!

  • I think we learn from our failures even more than we do our successes. Yes, everything in life has a cost, and we have to be willing to make sacrifices sometimes, but I think we can always find the positive in all of that, too. Find the win even in the midst of losing.

  • Nobody likes to make them, but when it happens, you have to learn from mistakes correctly and realize that they are an essential part of self-improvement. You should not feel overwhelmed by guilt and regret, but analyze them and learn lessons from them. Great post!

  • I am not a competitive person but I am super into reaching my goals and that is one of the most important things for me. I count that as winning whenever I reach them and that is the best.

  • I am loving this positive message for sure. I always try and make things a win win…it is about attitude for sure xx

  • Failure can be such a great opportunity to learn and reset. I also think it’s important to celebrate other people’s wins. There enough to go around!

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