Winning isn’t always easy. Ask any basketball team who led the game all the way down to the last two seconds then the other team shoots a half-court Hail Mary and makes it to win the game. They can tell you first hand that winning isn’t always easy.
Is keeping a winning attitude important? Can you develop the attitude of a winner? Do you have the will to win?
Enjoy the one-liner called The Will to Win!
The dangerous people are not the ones who hit you with clubs or rob you with guns.
The thief won’t attack your character trait or belittle your abilities right to your face, it will more than likely be a well-meaning friend who merely crushes your will to win. He doesn’t rob you with the point of a gun; he simply tells you it can’t be done.
When pointed to thousands who already are, he smiles and says they’re superior! Personality-wise and abilities, too, they are way ahead of what others can do!
So you’re robbed of your dreams, your hopes to succeed, robbed of the material blessings received, robbed of your faith that says I can, and robbed by an ignorant, gunless friend.
So the deadliest of men is not he with a gun, but he that tells you it can’t be done. For that which is taken by burglars can be gotten again, but who can replace your will to win?