Winning has to be one of the most amazing feelings in the human body. Winning comes in so many different forms and circumstances. A winning goal during a hockey or soccer game can leave an individual in such an ecstatic state that they cannot contain themselves. They consider the numerous hours of training and dedication they put into it and how much it was worth. Winning could also be getting an excellent grade in school and feeling joy and satisfaction when an individual reminisces about the sleepless nights they would have had while reviewing their assignments and notes to understand the material better.
Winning, however, could be a personal resolution an individual can accomplish; an example is losing weight. Looking down at their scale and perceiving that they are now twenty pounds lighter will leave them feeling great pride and satisfaction; they will feel like a true winner at that point in their life.
Perception of winning
Winning can also be perceived as a simple lifestyle instead of a competitive event. Winning can be a state of mind instead of actual action. Kevin Sheehan might have lost many football games (while on the AFL team) but could still have been declared a winner due to his winning mentality. Winning is about creating and maintaining a positive mindset and a pleasant atmosphere around you at all times. Certain habits are adopted into your day-to-day life that will conserve your positivity and friendly atmosphere.
Replace it with positivity where there is a negative thought, as the negativity will not benefit you or bring comfort and pride. Do not waste your time on matters that are completely irrelevant and trivial. Arguments? Fights? Disputes? Do refrain from such casualties from your life as soon as possible, as it’ll only increase a loser’s mentality and decrease a winner’s mentality. Be attentive to all thoughts that go through your mind as such ideas form you. Try at all costs to eradicate all negative feelings. This winning mentality makes for a successful, peaceful, and healthy life.