How TO Be A Winner (19 Qualities Of A Winner)

How To Be A Winner

Being and sustaining a life full of winning means doing certain things. Maintaining certain traits and attributes about yourself that when they come together, winning is pretty much inevitable. When it comes to how to be a winner, once you learn how to be one, all it takes is continuing on the same path and living out these certain traits.

But what the characteristics of a winner?

What does it take to win on a consistent basis?

Well below I get into exactly how to win at life. Enjoy my friends!

The 19 Qualities Of A Winner

Grind When You Don’t Want To

It doesn’t matter how shitty you feel. If you want to be a winner, you get up and grind. You keep going, no matter what. Sick, healthy, tired or wide awake. It doesn’t matter what you are going through or how you are feeling. What is going on in your life. How stressed or depressed you are. The winner shows up day in and day out. Regardless of his or her circumstances. The world can be falling apart in front of them. But the champion performs no matter what.

This is the attitude of a winner and a champion. I can promise you that anyone you have ever looked up to or admired, or wanted to become like has this attitude. They take on life head on. They are their own coach. They motivate themselves when their battery is low. And they push harder than anyone else when that battery is charge. Grind my friends.

They use the power of focus and don’t let themselves get distracted along the way. The grind until they deserve to rest and do not rest anytime before that.

Let Fear PUSH You

There are two type of people in this life. People that let fear stop them from doing things. That let fear push them away from action. That paralyzes people.

And there are people that get motivated by fear. The use it to push them through. To use it as a gas in the tank. Instead of letting it empty their tank. The feel the fear and do it anyway.

The first person gets no where in life. They get to the end of their life with a list of regrets they have to take to the grave with them. But the second person is the one who we look up to. Who becomes a legend. Who we watch on TV. Read about online. Who we may even secretly envy as they conquer what seems unconquerable.

In order to become this type of person, act in the face of fear. The more you do so, the more courage and faith in yourself that you will develop.

Ask yourself what is the worst thing that can happen? I mean it is like the person who is scared to apply to Harvard and then doesn’t get in. Well they are right where they were before. They have lived their whole life not being a student at Harvard.

They are simply right back where they started. You simply try something new or get more education in order to get to your goal of being accepted into Harvard.

The worst thing that can happen is that you will be back where you stared. The best thing that can happen is that you succeed in the face of fear. This will create momentum in your life. The more you do this, the more you will become fearless in the face of fear.

Give Back

Winners give back. To their community, to their family and to their country. They are the people who look outside their own ego desires. They seek to satisfy needs in others. Which it is ironic as the more people you help, the more successful you become. The more likely you are to win at anything you do in this life. You can become a winner and die a winner by helping people get what they want.

You also get a deep sense of meaning out of life when you do so. We can only tap into so much happiness from helping ourselves. But when we start helping others, meaning flows through our pores. Happiness courses through our veins. We get a sense of interconnectedness that allows us to have a sense of purpose. And winners have purpose, lots of it. Giving back is the beginning of creating massive purpose in your life.

Do Things Your Passionate About

You may be able to make a lot of money through things you are not passionate about. But you may get to the point where you are successful but not fulfilled. And that is a recipe for depression. Nothing makes sense at that point. Even if you have done this, you can still turn things around and take that money and start living your passion with it.

If you haven’t attained financial success, you can as of today start living out your passions. Do things that get your blood pumping. That create a feeling in you that THIS is what you are put here to do. On this earth for. That develops a sense of higher purpose and meaning. That you become unstoppable through when you do so.

Winners are passionate about what they do. They are able to impact way more people when they are operating from this place. They become and are seen almost as god-like. As they are tireless. We all know that person who does things that we simply can’t comprehend. That puts in so many hours into their craft that we wonder if they even sleep.

Well the great thing about that is that we all were gifted we something like this. We were all engineered to be great at doing something. Even world class. And do so to a level to which it creates a feeling of being unstoppable deep within us.

Find it, develop your abilities day in and day out with it. Live your life through it. Devote your whole life to it. You will make a massive impact and legacy through it. And you will feel like and be a winner because of it.

Be An Outsider

You need to think different than the majority. And create habits and routines that other people simply aren’t willing to adopt and live out.  Winners aren’t sheep. They are leaders. They think for themselves and they aren’t afraid to be wrong, critiqued or to stand alone. Losers are people who are looking for everyone to like them. They are to scared to stand up for themselves.

In order to be a winner, you need to be willing to be ostracized. I mean think about the people we admire most. They took a stand for something and were willing to put their reputation or even their life on the line for that belief.

Never worry about what people think about you. You are going to be judged no matter what. Might as well be judged doing so when you are doing the things that mean the most to you.

Otherwise you will get caught in the trap of trying to fit into a box. A box that people and society want you to fit in. You want to fit out. It is not only a lot less energy draining. But it also gives you massive confidence and security in yourself. You essentially know thy self through this pillar of being a winner. Because you think for yourself. You don’t let people think for you.

Never Reward Medicority

We live in a society where 8th place trophies and participation awards are handed out. There is no damn incentive to win anymore! Mediocrity is rewarded. But in order to be a winner, we can never be satisfied with this type of behavior. Like most people they will find joy out of this, getting a trophy for showing up. But that is not how the winner and pro thinks. We need to not buy into this crap mentality. We need to strive for the blue ribbon, the biggest trophy and the best accolade offered. Put in all we can do reap this rewards. And be pissed the hell off if we don’t get them.

If we are simply OK with being rewarded for doing virtually nothing, we imprint mediocrity into our DNA. And when this happens, we become mediocre in our relationships, in our work, with our kids and friends, in our financial life and take it to the grave with us.

Winners are always striving to be the best, do their best and show up with their best. This is how winning is done. Anything less will lead to losing. Both in life as well as within yourself and the internal struggle to keep you mediocre. Override the need to be mediocre to get by. Replace it will excellent work ethic and the desire to be the rest. Until this need is overridden and you become a champion in every area of your life.

Hang Around With Winners

You cannot become a winner if you are hanging out with losers. This may even mean that you have to go at it alone for awhile. But getting the losers out of your life is a must. This can also mean getting the losing thoughts out of your head that have been instilled by hanging out with people who don’t want you to win. This means getting rid of limiting beliefs which I show you how to exactly do on this post I wrote on the subject: How To Get Rid of Limiting Beliefs 

Make Winning More Important Than Losing

Winning doesn’t seem as enticing if we give ourselves the option of losing. Make losing not even an option. Delete it from your verbal and mental vocabulary. Don’t even entertain thoughts about it. Think always about how you can win and get ahead. Never thoughts that will hold you back or justify losing. This will create a strong mental world. Which it all starts and ends in the mind. Your whole world is created in your mind. You can create a winning mindset which will created a life full of winning. Or you can created a losing mindset which will bring failure and disappoinetment. Learn to create a mental life that acts a shield to losing and lack thoughts.


A winner keeps growing, evolving and rising from the ashes. They don’t see their learning and growing done when they are finished with school. Or done training for a new job. They see themselves as their greatest asset in which everything relies on them. If they grow and continue their evolutionary process, they win. If not, they lose. We need to keep growing to keep winning. You can’t stay the same and expect different results. In order to be your best, you need to always be striving to become your best.

Here are 19 examples of how to improve yourself:

  1. Read daily.
  2. Listen to positive audio.
  3. Face your fears and get out of your comfort zone.
  4. Learn a new language.
  5. Go back to school.
  6. Meditate
  7. Identify your blind spots and work on fixing them.
  8. Give back to your community.
  9. Set and stick to a strict exercise routine and diet.
  10. Continue to learn and be inspired by people you admire.
  11. See everything in life as a growth opportunity.
  12. Quit bad habits and create new good habits.
  13. Forgive people that have done you wrong.
  14. Hire a mentor or coach to help you get to the next level.
  15. Get rid of toxic friends and start hanging around with good people.
  16. Limit or stop watching TV completely.
  17. Use social media to your benefit. Swap time you spend on social media for listening to audios that will inspire you and help you get better.
  18. Be kind to everyone you meet.
  19. Create a side hustle.

Have A Big Why

Winners have a reason to be and become more successful. A reason to not only become it but also to sustain it. The reason is so big that it drives them when their battery is running low. A WHY is essentially what gets you out of bed in the morning. If the reason isn’t big enough, you will hit the snooze button. You may be able to get motivated for a few days, weeks or months but discipline is what creates lasting results. Motivation will fade. Having a big enough why will give you the staying power you need in order to create discipline that takes over after motivation fades.

Maybe you want to take care of your family and give them the live you never had. Or maybe you want to prove someone or a group of people wrong and do so through becoming successful. Or maybe you want to prove it to yourself that you have what it takes. Find your WHY. The best thing to do is keep asking yourself why you want to be a winner or win at something. Keep going until you feel something the resonates deep within you. Almost knocks you over with a great realization. When you find that, I promise you you will have less problem getting out of bed and continuing to push, day in and day out. And it will push you to victory as you will have plenty of gas in the tank.

Until you find your WHY, you will always be starting and stopping and will never win. Never become a winner. So find your WHY and let it fuel you.

Rest and Sacrifice 

Rest is imperative. Winners know how and when to recharge. They see rest as what it should be. A way to recharge and get back to winning. It is not seen as an escape, but as a way to plug in their batteries and get back at it the next day.

But this means giving up things that are taken away from you being rested. Like drinking, partying, drugs and hanging out with people who drain your energy.

You need to learn to say NO to the things you want to do. So that you can have the thing in life most people dream of. Sacrifice is the first step to creating the life you want. And becoming a winner.

You may be able to string some wins together when you are tired. But you are going to gas out at some time. Sacrificing for rest means that you are going to be unpopular. You are going to going through the pain of you going home when people go out.

But you are going to go through the euphoric feelings of victory when you win from sacrifice. As you are bring your A game to every day of your life. You will rise earlier than people wasting their lives at the bars or sleeping in because they don’t have purpose.

You will eventually blow past these people to where partying seems second best from staying in and recharging so that you can wake up a winner each day.

You can’t become fully rested in you are being drained of your energy by energy suckers. Get the negative people out of your life. And simply use sleep as a way to give you the exuberance you need to rise and become and be a winner.

Never Get To Comfortable

Winners never let winning get to their head. Because they know that in order to stay on top, you have to fight like you are trying to be the best. To beat the best. As there is always someone right behind you trying to take your place. And the wolf on this hill is a lot more hungry than the wolf that has climbed to the top. No matter how much you have won, you need to always act like you still have a long way to go.

This will keep you from becoming too comfortable. Because comfortability breeds mediocrity. Winners stay uncomfortable.

Like Eminem, one of the greatest rappers of all time says:

“I rhyme like life is still an uphill climb.” 

This is coming from a guy who could kick back and live off his hundreds of millions. Never move another finger for the rest of his life. But he keeps winning and solidifying his spot as the greatest of all time. Because of that type of work ethic.


Winners adapt to life. They don’t get to high and they don’t get to low. They definitely don’t let failures keep them low and they don’t let their successes define them. They are constantly striving forward. They celebrate today then get back to work that night. They flow with the ups and downs in life. They don’t stay there too long. Because if stay low or high too long, you waste life. And winners use every second of life well. Staying too low or too high too long is not using your time wisely. Winners know this.

A great article talks about ways we can be more adaptable. some of the tips include:

  • Stop whining, it is simply just a waste of time.
  • Be more open to change in our lives.
  • Have better coping mechanisms that we currently use.
  • Engage in positive self talk.
  • Trust your gut and intuition
  • Think big for your life. Let go of the limitations you have created for yourself.
  • Stop waiting around for the right time and go create your success and happiness.


You must make discipline a massively driving force in your life. We suffer either the pain of discipline or the price of regret. The pain of discipline weighs ounces in comparison to the pain of regret. Which the regret comes from not being disciplined enough to win. Winners are notoriously disciplined. They are willing to do the things today that others won’t to have the things they want tomorrow that others will never have.

At the end of the day it comes down to doing things when you don’t want to do them or do want to do them. Seeing life as a massive staircase and taking the stairs one at a time. Not trying to leap a bunch at a time or go around it or fly over it. The lessons are learned in the day to day grind of life. They are not learned by trying to by pass the system or follow some get rich quick scheme.

The saying easy come easy go pertains to this point we are on here. It is true because if it is easy if probably won’t last. Like the saying:

“Do what is hard and your life will be easy, do what is easy and your life will be hard.”

Doing things the hard way sucks. But it breeds winners. And a winning mentality. Like what I talked about above. It all starts and ends in the mind. Doing the daily things that are hard to do forges a strong mind. A strong mind that will stick things out longer than your competition. And winners simply do that. They outlast their competition. And are rewarded for it in many ways.

Be Open Minded

When it comes to being an adult, it is looking at it with an open perspective. To argue with people and still be friends just because you have different perspectives. But also to take away things you can grow from when someone does prove you wrong. It is about not needing to be right as much as you need and want to grow and expand. Pride keeps you in a bubble. It feels safe and looks safe. But it never allows you to grow and expand and reach your full potential. It may keep you in your comfort zone, but it takes away the joy and positive things that come from taking lifes cuts and bruises. Healing from them and becoming stronger because of them.

Growing involves admitting that you don’t have all the answers. And by admitting this, you can learn and gain more answers than you ever would if you thought and acted like you new it all. Winners value growth more than they do keeping their pride safe. They are more open to evolving at the expense of having egg on their face. Instead of fronting like they have all the answers.

The benefits of having an open mind is that you will be open to people helping you course correct. As you can be one turn away from getting yourself on the right road to massive success. But with pride in the way, you may spend your entire life on the wrong road, just one turn away but never doing so.

Help Others

Zig Ziglar once said,

“You can get everything you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.” – Zig Ziglar

Essentially, Zig is saying that the more you give, the more that is going to come back to you. For example, in sales, the more you help people get the products you need, the more money you are going to make. But I think it is imperative that we think about what other people want, not our ulterior motives. Put yourself in the mind of the people you are trying to help. Help them get what THEY need. Not what you want them or think they need.

Help enough people and you will win at life. And help others get major and minor wins along the way.


In order to be a winner, you need to be yourself. You can’t win faking being someone else. You may feel as if your false personality is going to be more well liked or more accepted. But it is keeping you in a box. It is refraining you from being sporadic and living with more abundant energy. When we are forcing trying to someone else other than who we were made to be, we short circuit or natural flow of energy. We cut off from life source that can fuel or dreams and goals.

When we are ourselves, we tap into this energy. Our soul aligns with this energy and we can use it fully go after and attain heights higher than we ever previously thought possible.

If you need helping tapping into the real you, I wrote an article that I think can help you with this, check it out! How to Be Authentic

Set Goals For Yourself

Setting goals is what winners do. You can’t accomplish anything meaningful by accident. You will continually drift without goals. Setting goals in multiple areas of your life will help you become a more well rounded human being. And winners are firing on all cylinders. They live a balanced life were happiness and success is seen in every realm of their existence.

I wrote an article on how to set goals and the best areas of life to set them in, with goal examples. Check it out here! How To Set Goals

Risk Taking

Losing people have simply not learned how to be winners. But the thing about winners is, that they are willing to take risks others simply aren’t. Sure taking risks is scary and can lead to temporary setbacks and failure. But the fact of the matter is that winners take risks because they don’t want to live with regret. They also know that great risk often offers great reward. And if they keep taking risks, the pendulum will swing. And all the effort and sacrifice will pay off handsomely.

Monitor Self Talk

When it comes down to it, our biggest critique that we listen to is between our two ears. We often feed the beast with fear and listen to it. It only grows more powerful and tightens it’s hold on us though when we do so. We need to tame this critique by simply not believing everything it says.

The mind is a tool for survival. It is very good at what it does. But it sucks at ever trying to push past thoughts of survival. That is why we need to override the mind. When negative self talk comes up about us going after goals, pursuing that special person or venturing off into the unknown in pursuit of our dreams. And it will. We need to simply act anyways. We also need to replace limiting beliefs with more uplifting and positive beliefs. I show you exactly how to do so right here: How To Get Rid of Limiting Beliefs 

Cultivate Winning Habits

Winners have good habits. They don’t fall prey to bad habits as they know that we are slaves to our own habits. So might as well make good habits our masters if we have to be slaves to them. Good habits include doing things throughout the day that keep you in peak state. This means exercising regularly. Eating nourishing foods.

Recharging your battery through meditation and being in nature. Monitoring your spending habits. Saving money. Investing money. Hiring people smarter than them to help them get ahead in life like accountants or financial planners. They master themselves through these habits. They know that it is a drag sometimes hiring people, saving when they want to spend and exercising when they could sit on the couch.

But it is in the little choices we make throughout the day that creates our lives. And that if we make good choices today, it is going to show up tomorrow and vice versa.

117 Quotes About Winning

  1. “Winning takes talent, to repeat takes character.” – John Wooden

  2. “Winning is fun, sure. But winning is not the point. Wanting to win is the point. Not giving up is the point. Never letting up is the point. Never being satisfied with what you’ve done is the point.” – Pat Summitt

  3. “Competing at the highest level is not about winning, it’s about preparation, courage, understanding and nurturing your people and heart. Winning is the result.” – Joe Torre

  4. “A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning.” – Billie Jean King

  5. “Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you’re behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory.” – Arthur Ashe

  6. “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is.” – Vince Lombardi

  7. “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” – Michael Jordan

  8. “Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat and go on to win again, you are going to be a champion.” – Wilma Rudolph

  9. “Winning don’t wait for chances, they take them.”

  10. “You can never quit. Winners never quit and quitters never win.” – Ted Turner

  11. “Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.” – Lyndon B Johnson

  12. “It doesn’t matter if you win as long as you give everything in your heart.” – Michael Jordan

  13. “The person that said winning isn’t everything never won anything!”

  14. “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.” – Vince Lombardi

  15. “First, accept sadness. Realize that without losing, winning isn’t so great.” – Alyssa Milano

  16. “Winning is only half of it. Having fun is the other half of it.” – Bum Phillips

  17. “There are more important things in life than winning or losing a game.” – Lionel Messi

  18. “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” – Michael Jordan

  19. “Win or learn. Never lose.”

  20. “A winner is a dreamer who never gives up.” – Nelson Mandela

  21. “Winning means you’re willing to go longer, work harder and give more than anyone else.” – Vince Lombardi

  22.  “If you don’t see yourself as a winner then you cannot perform as a winner.” – Zig Ziglar

  23. “Today’s forecast. 100 percent chance of winning!”

  24. “I try to do the right thing. At the right time. They may just be little things. But usually they make the difference between winning and losing.” – Kareem Abdul Jabbar

  25. “Winners are not people who never fail, but people who never quit.”

  26. “Winning is science of being totally prepared.” – George Allen Sr.

  27. “You can become a winner only if you are willing to walk of the edge.”

  28. “Champions don’t show up to get everything they want, they show up to give everything they have.”

  29. “There are always new, grander challenges to confront and a true winner will embrace each one.” – Mia Hamm

  30. “If you want to be a winner, hang around with winners.” – Christopher D. Furman

  31. “Those who try their best shall have victory, while those who tired without effort don’t deserve it. “

  32. “Winners make a habit of manufacturing their own positive expectations in advance of the event” – Brian Tracy

  33. “Defeat your enemies with success.”

  34. “I will win. Not immediately, but definitely.”

  35. “Win. Nobody remembers the losers.”

  36. “Winning is a habit, unfortunately so is losing.” – Vince Lombardi

  37. “Show class, have pride and display character. If you do, winning takes care of itself.” – Bear Bryant

  38. “I’ve grown most not from victories, but setbacks. If winning is God’s reward, then losing is how He teaches us.” – Serena Williams

  39. “Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change.” – Golnik Eric

  40. “Winning is a about struggle and effort and optimism. And never, ever, ever give up.” Amby Burfoot

  41. “Winning as a team is better than anything. It’s great to share success.” – Jim Harbaugh

  42. “Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.”

  43. “It’s going to be brutal, but I plan on winning.” – Scott Swanson

  44. “Every winner has scars.” – Herbert N. Casson

  45. “The winner is the only individual who is truly alive, every time you win, you’re reborn. When you lose, you die a little.” – George Allen

  46. “Winning isn’t everything, but it beats anything in second place.” – William Cullen Bryant

  47. “Winning is about heart, not just legs. It’s got to be in the right place.” – Lance Armstrong

  48. “You were born to win, but to be a winner you must play to win. Prepare to win and expect to win.” – Zig Ziglar

  49. “A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills and uses these skills to accomplish his goal.” – Larry Bird

  50. “To love and win is the best thing. To love and lose, the next best.” – William Makepeace Thackeray

  51. “Winning is not a destination, it’s a journey.” – John Chandler

  52. “Winning is a habit. Watch your thoughts, they become your beliefs. Watch your beliefs, they become your words. Watch your words, they become your actions. Watch your actions, they become your habits. Watch your habits, they become your character.” – Vince Lombardi

  53. “Change your mindset from win-lose to win-win. When you win, I win. We all win.” – Vishnu

  54. “There’s such a thin line between winning and losing.” – John R. Tunis

  55. “To win without risk is to triumph without glory.” – Pierre Corneille

  56. “If winning isn’t everything, why bother to keep the score.” – Knute Rockne

  57. “Winning is the most important. Everything is consequence of that.” – Aytron Senna

  58. “Winners don’t wait for chances, they make them.”

  59. “Winning has simply formed the habit of doing things losers don’t like to do.”

  60. “Winning is not a sometime things, it’s an all time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do thing right once in a while, you do them right all the time.” – Vince Lombardi

  61. “Winning isn’t everything, but it sure feels good.”

  62.  “When your team is winning, be read to be tough, because winning can make you soft. One the other hand, when your team is losing, stick by them. Keep believing.”

  63. “Winning is built on a robust diet of defeat.” – Lord Sebastian Coe

  64. “The difference in winning and losing is most often not quitting.” – Walt Disney

  65. “Winning ugly is still winning.”

  66. “Successful competitors want to win. Head cases want to win at all costs.” – Nancy Lopez

  67.  “No matter what the situation, winning takes care of a lot of stuff. Things are neer perfect, even when you win. But it does make for a lot better environment for sure.” – Mike Quade

  68. “There is no winning or losing, but rather the value is in the experience of imagining yourself as a character in whatever genre you’re involved in. Whether it’s a fantasy game, the wild west, secret agent or whatever else. You get to sort of vicariously experience those things.” – Gary Gygax

  69. “Losers quit when they fail. Winners fail until they succeed.” – Robert Kiyosaki

  70. “The secret of winning is working more as a team, less as individuals.” – Knute Kockne

  71. “A good balance of winning and losing is important. If you just win all the time, you won’t get anything out of it. Having some tough loses can be really important.” – Andrew Shue

  72. “Winning doesn’t always mean being first. Winning means you’re doing better than you’ve ever done before.” – Bonnie Blair

  73. “The thing it taught me was that winning’s a helluva lot more fun that losing. It also taught me that the team with the best players that worked together the best wins.” – Jack Welch

  74. “While most are dreaming of success, winners wake up and work hard to achieve it.”

  75. “One should always play fair when one has the winning cards.” – Oscar Wilde

  76. “You will win if you don’t quit.” – Les Brown

  77. “Once you have decided that winning isn’t everything, you become a winner.” – George A. Sheehan

  78. “There is no I in team, but there is in win.” – Michael Jordan

  79. “Winning isn’t as important as doing well individually. You can’t take teamwork to the front office to negotiate.” – Ken Kandreaux

  80. “The more difficult the victory, the greater the happiness in winning.”

  81. “Winning is what happens when commitment, desire, talent, preparation, hard work, and leadership all come together.” – Tom Coughlin

  82. “Winning is contagious, you know it’s a thought. It’s not something that just happens on Sundays. You know that something like you have to live likea winner. You have to think like a winner. You have to eat like a winner. Everything that you do with life you gotta be a winner.” – Cam Newton

  83. “Every game is an important game for us. Doesn’t matter what’s the next week, who we play, whether it’s a bye week. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween, Columbus Day. We don’t care. We’re just trying to go out there and win a game.” – Bill Belichick

  84. “Winning starts with beginning.” – Robert H Schuller

  85. “Winning really doesn’t matter as long as you win.” – Vinnie Jones

  86. “Winning means being unafraid to lose.” – Fran Tarkenton

  87. “Winning is a serious matter.” – Willie McCovey

  88. “A winning mindset pulls from the reservoir of power called determination to change state and fate.” – LeAura Alderson

  89. “Life is a difficult game. You can win it only by retaining your birthright to be a person.” – A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

  90. “That’s the difference between you and me. You wanna lose small, I wanna win big.” – Harvey Specter

  91. “Ask any race. Any real racer. It doesn’t matter if you win by an inch or a mile, winning’s winning.” – Fast & Furious

  92. “It ain’t about how har ya hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done.” – Rocky Balbo

  93. “When you win you say nothing, when you lose you say less.” -Paul Brown

  94. “The art of winning in business is in working hard. Not taking things too seriously.” – Elbert Hubbard

  95. “Winning tastes good.” – Jean Claude Killy

  96. “Only a man that knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with the extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.” – Muhammad Ali

  97. “Winners train, losers complain.”

  98. “Winning is not enough, all others must lose.” – Larry Ellison

  99. “Don’t let a win get to your head or a lost to your heart.”

  100. “It’s your response to winning and losing that makes you a winner or a loser.” – Harry Sheehy

  101. “If you think you can win, you can win. Faith is necessary to victory.” – William Hazlitt

  102. “Winning once can be a fluke. Winning twice proves you are the best.” – Althea Gibson

  103. “Winning the war of words inside your soul means learning to defy your inner critic.” – Steven Furtick

  104. “I play because I love the game, I work hard because I love winning.”

  105. “Winners don’t wait for chances, they take them.”

  106. “The great teams find a way to win.” – Allan Ray

  107. “It’s never just a game when you’re winning.” – George Carlin

  108. “Winning is great, sure, but if you are really going to do something in life, the secret is learning how to lose. Nobody goes undefeated all the time. If you can pick up after a crushing defeat, and go onto win again, you are going to be a champion someday.” – Wilma Rudolph

  109. “Get up. Take your arms and fight. Fight until you win.” – Nutan Sharma

  110. “Play close attention to people who don’t clap when you win.” – Harvey Specter

  111. “If I persist long enough, I will win.” – Og Mandino

  112. “Sometimes we need to lose the small battles in order to win the war.”

  113. “Your circle should want to see you win. Your circle should be pushing you every day. Your circle should encourage your growth.”

  114. “The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win, that is important.” – Bobby Knight

  115. “Show class, have pride, display character. If you do, winning will take care of itself.”

  116. “Pain is temporary, victory is forever.”

  117. “I play to win, whether during practice or a real game.” – Michael Jordan



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