It’s Never About Winning Or Losing. It’s About How You Do This Instead.

If you want to win, don’t focus on winning.

Winning is a byproduct of execution (so is losing). It’s the end result. When you place winning above everything else, you become desperate and make stupid decisions.

You think to yourself, “why can’t I win,” “winning isn’t for me,” or “why is that person winning and I’m…

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