It seems strange for us to imagine that the words winning and losing have any symbiotic relationship. In most cases, we see them as opposites with losing being an enemy we actively run from. But what if I told you that losing is just as important as winning and that the two are far more connected than we think?
We have been wired from birth to think of winning as the only thing to aspire to. While this is a valid system for us, we have too often forgotten the importance of the times when we lose.
Today on the blog, we will discuss how to win even when it seems like you are losing.
What does it mean to win? It means that in spite of all that you have experienced, you turn out successful. For most wins, there is a history of constant failure, but along the way key lessons are learned that eventually lead up to the ultimate goal.
How then do you win?
Get comfortable with the fact that winning isn’t a one-time thing, but a process and losing is an integral part of that process. The joy of winning comes partly from the experience that failure birthed, so embrace losing as a part of the journey to winning.