Sport

23 differences between winners and losers

ganador y perdedor

The Olympics are full of winners. All athletes who get play in any of its forms this competition are a born winners. Everybody. However, there is still a step in the Olympus of the physically gifted people who demonstrate superiority aplastantante are the megaganadores. Extraordinary Michael Phelps or Usain Bolt are perhaps the best known cases of athletes that are situated on the edge of the limits of the human. They have the winning gene. The gene for the best.

This morning a Spanish, Mireia Belmonte has achieved gold in the women’s 200 meters butterfly at the Olympic Games Rio 2016. It is his second medal after bronze in the 400 meters styles: a winner.

Each athlete in his specialty and each person in your field of private life, whether labor, education, etc., is involved in a competition in which some stand out more than others. This does not always mean that it is better or worse person in general, it does not have because to become the best at everything but you fight for it. Feel the best for your best efforts is what fills that personal self-fulfillment that makes you enjoy what you do. From here there are multiple variables that take you higher or less high. Also, if you’re not the best (or worst) in something, surely if you’re in another field you realize it or not you give less importance.

Differences between a winner and a loser

There are many classifications or differences between winners and losers, here is a small selection of 23. And leave it at 23 in honor of the number he wore another great sport born winner, Michael Jordan. Lean and each draw their own conclusions.

1

If a winner makes a mistake, he says: I made a mistake and learn the lesson.
If a loser makes a mistake, it is said, it was not my fault and throws it to others.

2

A winner knows that adversity is the best teacher.
A loser feels a victim to adversity.

3

A winner is always part of the solution.
A loser is always part of the problem.

4

A winner knows the outcome of things depend on him alone.
A loser believes that bad luck there.

5

A winner always has a plan.
A loser always has an excuse.

6

A winner sees the answer to all problems.
A loser sees problems in all the answers.

7

A winner says: “It can be difficult but not impossible.”
A loser says: “It may be possible but difficult”.

8

A winner focuses on winning.
A loser focuses on the winner.

9

A winner is part of a team.
A loser turns away from a computer.

10

A winner knows that adversity is the best teacher.
A loser feels a victim to adversity.

eleven

A winner works very hard and generates more time for himself.
A loser is always very busy and has no time for his family.

12

A winner faces the challenges one by one.
A loser goes around and does not dare to try.

13

A winner agrees, gives his word and keeps it.
A loser makes promises, it does not guarantee anything and only justified when it fails.

14

A winner is known to be good, but wants to be better.
A loser says: I’m not as bad as it is many other people.

fifteen

A winner listens, understands and responds.
A loser talk more than listening.

16

A winner respects those who know more than him and tries to learn something from them.
A loser resists those who know more than him and only looks at their flaws.

17

A winner seeks overcome.
A loser waits for things to happen.

18

A winner feels responsible for more than his job only.
A loser is not committed and he always says, I just do my job.

19

A winner says, there must be a better way to do it.
A loser says, this is the way we have always done.

twenty

A winner is fixed on how the wall is entirely.
A loser is set in the brick touches you place.

twenty-one

A winner knows when to be stubborn.
A loser is stubborn when it should not be.

22

A winner sees the benefits.
A loser sees the pain.

2. 3

Winners have dreams.
The only losers projects.

What other differences would you add to the list? You can leave your suggestions in the comments.

Sobre el autor

Iván Pico

Graduado en Psicología (UNED). Nº Colegiado G-5480. Diplomado en Ciencias Empresariales (USC). Máster en Psicología del Trabajo y las Organizaciones. (INESEM). Máster Universitario Oficial en Orientación Profesional (UNED). Posgrado en Neuromarketing (Universidad Camilo José Cela). Técnico Deportivo Nivel II, fútbol sala (RFEF). Especialista en Psicología Aplicada al Deporte. Etc, etc...
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