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Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2

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Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2

Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2

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    Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2 Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2 Presentation Transcript

    • Why Do Winners Always Win? Part 2
    • Winners plan and map their routeto success. Losers consider plans belong to builders and maps belong in glove-boxes.
    • Winners have vision andimagination. Losers are backward looking and lack initiative.
    • Winners have dogged determination. Losers lack the ability to seeany project through to asatisfactory conclusion.
    • Winners are pro-active. Losers are re-active.
    • Winners commence a taskat the earliest opportunity.Losers procrastinate, delay and run out of time.
    • Winners are committed to projects. Losers display whimsical interest.
    • Winners never give up, givein or surrender. Losers quit the moment things get the slightest bit difficult.
    • Winners make exceptionaluse of available time. Losers waste time engaging in useless activities.
    • Winners take responsibility forall outcomes. Losersshun responsibility and prefer to place blame on others.
    • Winners are methodicaland organized. Losers are haphazard and slipshod.
    • Winners seek information and embrace new knowledge. Losers ignore better methods, concepts and ideas.
    • Winners take calculated risks. Losers take hazardous gambles. Winners areinspired to do more to be more. Losersconspire to do less and not be noticed.
    • Winners continually push existinglimits and boundaries. Losers feel comfortable operating below their self-imposed ceilings.
    • Winners invest in income producing assets. Losers waste money on depreciating consumer goods.
    • Winners are inspired to do moreto be more. Losers conspire to do less and not be noticed.
    • Winners ask: "How can I dothat?" Losers state: "How do you expect me to do that?"
    • Winner says "Let me do it for you"; Loser says "That is not my job."
    • Winners say "I must do something"; Losers say"Something must be done."
    • Winner says "It may be difficult but it is possible"; Loser says "It may be possible but it is too difficult".
    • Winners follow the philosophyof empathy: "Dont do to otherswhat you would not want themto do to you"; Losers follow the philosophy, "Do it to others before they do it to you ."
    • Winner makes a mistake. he says "I was wrong";Loser makes a mistake, he says "It wasnt my fault."
    • Winners learn from their ownmistakes and the experience ofothers. Losers make the samemistakes over and over again.
    • Winners develop 5, 10, 20, 30 years of experience. Losersrepeat one year of experience 5, 10, 20, 30 times.
    • Winners encourage and inspire others. Losers criticize and ridicule others.
    • Winners make thingshappen. Losers watch things happen. Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn