Fortune favours the bold. Winners focus on the goals, but losers focus on what could go wrong. If you focus on your goals, your passion and achievement motivation will also grow.
The winners focus their efforts on achieving their goals. When problems arise they engage the problems with the understanding that solving these problems is a means to the end that they have determined before hand.
The winner is inspired by the reward that his actions are likely to reap. The winner because he is conscious of value and reward, will take the necessary risks to achieve his goals.
"Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one's courage."
There is an urge in this generation. It is an urge that is growing stronger and more insistent and is indeed unstoppable.
This urge stems from the realisation that all men were born to win and not to lose, to be more and not just to have more, and above all else to live and not to merely exist.
It is a powerful urge because for many people it is an idea whose time has fully come and as somebody rightly said, "an invasion of armies can be resisted, but no force can defeat an invasion of ideas."
It is this urge that has given birth to concepts such as renaissance, increased entrepreneurship and empowerment.
Have a Nice Day,
Sunday, July 22, 2007
Winners see the prize, but losers see the price. And there is no crown for the coward.
Posted by Anupama at 11:46 PM
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