Winners vs. Losers

10 Differences between a Winner and a Loser

By: Richard Denny, the author of Motivate to Win



Makes mistakes and says: 'I was wrong'

Says: 'It wasn't my fault'

Credits his good luck for winning even though it wasn't luck

Credits his bad luck for losing, though it wasn't luck

Works harder and has more time

Is always 'too busy', too busy staying at failure

Goes through a problem

Goes around a problem

Shows he's sorry by making up for it

Says he's sorry but he does the same thing next time

Knows what to fight for and what to compromise on

Compromises on what he should not and wastes time with trivial matters

Says: 'I'm good, but not so good as I ought to be'. Looks up to where he is going.

Says: 'I'm not as bad as a lot of people'. Looks down at those who've not yet achieved the position he has.

Respects those who are superior to him and tries to learn from them

Resents those who are superior to him and tries to find fault

Responsible for more than his job

Says: "I only work here"

Says: 'There ought to be a better way of doing this'

Says: 'Why change it? That's the way it's always been done'

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