The mindset of a winner

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The mindset of a winner

  1. 1. The  mindset  of  a  winner  Feedback  and  comments  are  welcome  :  rudi.francken@birdieleadership.com   LEADERSHIP MADE SIMPLE
  2. 2. The  mindset  of  a  winner  1  It  is  what  it  is…    Whatever  you  fight  will  grow  bigger.  Acceptance  is  a  first  essenCal  step  if  you  experience  a  setback.   Observe  your  thoughts  but  dont  take  them  seriously.  2  There  is  more….    In  the  first  moment  of  setback  you  experience  a  lot  of  thoughts,  emoCons,  frustraCon,…  These  make  it   easy  for  you  to  withdraw  in  your  role  of  vicCm.  Observe  your  thoughts  en  ask  yourself  how  much  they   are  really  true.  You  can  chose  to  simply  observe  your  thoughts  without  taking  acCon.  3  Where  is  the  flag…    Do  you  have  a  clear  picture  of  your  path,  of  your  goals?  Do  you  also  know  why  these  are  your  goals?   Remember  that  it  is  the  “why”  that  makes  all  the  “hows”  possible!  4  Up  to  the  next  hole!    Approach  the  next  hole  with  full  confidence,  but  know  that  the  new  holes  will  also  have  their  bunkers   and  challenges.  PerfecCon  does  not  exist,  not  in  golf….not  in  leadership.  You  will  experience  more  bad   strokes….  but  keep  walking  straight!  5  Play  your  own  game    There  is  no  template  for  success.  Follow  your  own  path  and  pay  aUenCon  to  your  intuiCon  and  your   body.  They  will  tell  you  when  you’re  not  walking  on  your  path.  Know  their  signals  and  do  something   with  it.  6  Ask  for  help    Have  the  courage  to  ask  for  help.  There  are  people  who  played  the  course  before  you  and  they  know   where  the  bunkers  and  water  hazards  are.  Asking  for  help  is  strong,  not  weak!  7  Be  a  good  host    Pay  aUenCon  to  the  people  that  play  together  with  you.  Life  is  more  than  the  score  on  your  scorecard!   LEADERSHIP MADE SIMPLE

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