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A tie is not a win

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Hey Guys—

On Sunday night I watched one of the most bizarre NFL games I’ve

ever seen.  It was the Cardinals vs the Seahawks, and it was one
of the toughest, yet sloppiest games I’ve ever seen.

A buddy of mine was over, and when it ended in a tie he remarked,

“that was a lot of contact for not much purpose.”  Hilarious,
but true.

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At the end of the game, each kicker missed a chip shot field goal

that would have given their team the victory.  It was a very
important division game for both teams, highly contested until
the end.

After the game, players and coaches from both teams were interviewed,

and no one was happy.  In fact, it looked like each team had lost,
and in one sense they did.

It is an important delineation to understand, and many people don’t

get it, especially the squealers and girlie men in the media:  not
losing is not the same as winning.  And if you are a winner, a tie
is the same as a loss—in both instances, you didn’t WIN.

Watching the press conferences and player interviews after the game,

this was readily apparent. Every single one of them was morose and
upset with not winning, feeling like they’d lost.  No one was happy
with a tie, everyone was down about NOT winning.

This is my mindset too.  If you want to succeed in life, if you want

to control your own destiny, you have to have a winner’s mindset,
and that means being very, very unhappy with not winning.  The most
successful people I know HATE not winning, and it eats at them,
driving them to win.

If you want to make a lot of money and achieve financial freedom,

you have to WIN at business or investing. If you want a hot, smart,
fun, sexy, naughty girlfriend, you have to WIN or other men will
take her—there aren’t many women like this in the world, and lots
of qualified men chasing them, and women like this prefer winners.

When a true winner doesn’t win, they channel their emotions into

doing what it takes to win.  We all know that no matter how good
you are, the more you do, the more you lose.  Some of the most
successful coaches in NFL history have more losses than some of
the unsuccessful ones (i.e. Bill Parcells vs Barry Switzer), but
they remember and agonize over each loss.  True winners know they
will experience losing or not winning, and they focus and channel
their upset into winning in the future.

Every true winner I know is relentless, refusing to be a “not winner”

for long. They have a realistic outlook on the world, knowing that
the more they play, the more they lose, but also knowing that is
the only way to win.  They accept (grudgingly) that they will lose,
but the losses always eat at them no matter how much they win.  
That’s what fuels them to future wins.

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On with the fun,

-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”

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them out of the fun!

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