“Winning is the most important. Everything is consequence of that.” Ayrton Senna
In business we talk about crossing finish lines and where that’s always the goal, how we do it really counts.
There are times we get to the finish line stumbling, gasping for air and barely making it across and others where we sprint right through it. Either way is cool because both speak to energy, effort and our will to win. Besides, some races are just tougher than others.
But effort alone doesn’t always guarantee success and can make losing hard to accept. That’s OK because playing full out insures that we’re in every game, sharpens our skills and makes us better in the long run.
Indeed playing with and easily beating inferior competition may feel good for a while. But too many races won too easily can turn us into a half-fast competitor.
Dwain – The Biker Guy
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