It has been said that desire
is the starting point of all achievement, and I tend to agree. If you want
to accomplish something, it can't just be a hope, a dream, or a wish. It
must be a burning desire that can often be described as an uncontrollable
obsession. It must be a thought that transcends everything else. It must
dominate your thoughts as well as fuel your passion and drive.
Most people who become winners don't embark on their championship run
saying, "I hope to someday become a champion." They literally think about
that goal each and every day, and do everything in their power to make sure
it happens. They want more than anything for their desire to become reality.
They live it; they breathe it; they obsess over it; and they don't make
excuses when things don't go right.
Set Goals In Order To Win
Winners win because they set definite goals and because they are committed
They place all of their energy, willpower and effort into achieving that
goal. Setbacks and losses do not diminish their desire, only making that
desire burn stronger. Winners usually exhibit remarkable displays of
resiliency. Quitters and whiners, on the other hand, not so much.
Most people who fail at anything are all united by one common thread; they
all seem to have a good reason for their lack of success. These chronic
excuse makers are also infamous for wanting to explain exactly why they
failed to everyone who will listen.
Winners Win Because They Set Definite Goals.
Using clever excuses to explain a lack of success is nothing new; people
have been doing it since the beginning of time. But remember, regardless of
how logical your reason for failing may be, at the end of the day, reasons
are just excuses.
Think Of An Excuse As A Cancer To Your Goals
Hoping, wishing, and excuse making will never bring success. But with the
proper state of mind, and a well thought out success plan backed up with
persistence and won't settle for failure mindset, you will become