The winner is always a part of the answer;
the loser is always a part of the problem.
The winner sees answers in every problem;
the loser sees problems in every answer.
The winner sees possibilities everywhere;
the loser sees problems everywhere.
The winner always has a program;
the loser always has an excuse.
The winner have dreams;
the loser have schemes.
The winner make it happen;
the loser let it happen.
The winner sees the potential;
the loser sees the past.
The winner sees the gain;
the loser sees the pain.
The winner says, “I fell”;
the loser says, “somebody pushed me”.
The winner says “it may be difficult, but it’s possible”;
the loser says “it may be possible, but it’s too difficult”.
The winner says “let me do it for you”;
the loser says “that’s not my job”.
The winner says “I must do something”;
the loser says “something must be done”.
The winner does more than his job;
the loser says, “I only work here”.
The winner says “let’s find out”;
the loser says, “nobody knows”.
The winner says, “I’m good, but not as good as I ought to be”;
the loser says, “I’m not as bad as a lot of other people”.
When a winner makes a mistake, he says, “I was wrong”;
when a loser makes a mistake, he says, “it’s wasn’t my fault”.
The winner believe in win/win;
the loser believe for them to win someone has to lose.
The winner listens;
the loser just waits until it’s his turn to talk.
The winner respects those who are superior to him and tries to learn from them;
the loser resents the superiority of others and tries to find chinks in their armor.
The winner stand firm on values but compromise on petty things;
the loser stand firm on petty things but compromise on values.
The winner uses hard arguments but soft words;
the loser uses soft arguments but hard words.
So are you a winner or a loser?
If a loser, no problem you can definitely be a winner if you are determined.