PostHeaderIcon What Winners Do (I Am A Winner By Shiv Khera)

I read a book titled “You Can Win” by Shiv Khera some months ago and the first chapter was about attitude. How our attitude determine our altitude. And from this same chapter I got the below excerpt. It is what WINNERS do. It makes me believe that I'm also a WINNER since I possess most of the following qualities:




What WINNERS do:

Winners:
  • are always part of an answer not part of the problem;
  • always have a program not an excuse;
  • always say “Let me do it for you” not “That is not my job”;
  • always see an answer for every problem not a problem for every answer;
  • always say “It may be difficult but it is possible” not “It may be possible but too difficult”;
  • always admit he was wrong when he makes mistake not to deny it wasn’t his fault;
  • always make commitments not promises;
  • always have dreams not schemes;
  • always believe he must do something not that something must be done;
  • are always part of the team, not apart from the team;
  • always see the gain not the pain;
  • always see possibilities and not problems;
  • always believe in win-win, not that for them to win someone has to lose;
  • see the potential, not the past;
  • are like a thermostat, not thermometers;
  • choose what they say rather than saying what they choose;
  • use hard arguments with soft words and not soft argument with hard words;
  • don’t do unto others what they would not want others to do to them, not like losers that do it to others before others do it to them
  • make it happen, not to wait till it happen
  • plan and prepare to win.

These are the qualities of winners that distinguish them from losers. Do you have any other quality of a winner not listed here? please leave it in the comment section. We are all WINNERS

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is awesome. Love this post and I'll keep checking your bog for updates. keep it up bondox. I am a winner too

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