Only winning in your life will not make you more interesting than others; for example, if you are a pilot and you are the champion because you win all the car races, fanatics will love you and you will be the best for them, but what happens if they get to know you in your personal life and you drink almost all the time out of the racetrack? That will be your stand for them now, as an alcoholic. That´s exactly the difference between taking stands and winning; winning is momentary because we will lose many times in our lives
Winning is something that you haft to work hard to do.its also something you can brag about. Winning is also something you can choose to do. Winning is something everyone can do but standing up is something most want do.
In the game, you must battle trainers and defeat the elite four and champion, along with your rival while stopping evil villains from trying to destroy the world. It is practically impossible to defeat every trainer and Pokemon you encounter without losing, especially the elite four and champion since they are the strongest. This means that you are going to lose, but it’s not the end of everything. Even in real life, things won't go smoothly, as much as we hope it does, but it has helped me learn how to bounce back from such setbacks and showed me that I must keep on doing my best or I won’t be able to achieve my ultimate goal, whether it’s becoming champion and being the best Pokemon trainer, or getting my dream job and becoming a detective or F.B.I agent. If I don’t push myself to overcome these obstacles, I’ll never get anywhere. It has also taught me to be prepared for anything. The game has multiple types for both Pokemon and their moves, and even abilities can affect a battle, which means I need to strategize if I want to be able to win. If I don’t quickly think on my feet, I’ll lose the battle. This has helped me in life by teaching me how to create a strategy in order to achieve my goals, while not thinking too far ahead that I lose myself or others in the
Expectation is everything. I don’t believe that a person should go into something expecting to win or lose. The end is so important to me because it is the conclusion to something. Winning is great, it boosts confidence and brings so much joy. At the same time
In conclusion, winning is always a great way to end a competition but it isn’t the only option. By accepting and expecting defeat a person will learn to have self confidence. In which teaches them to never abandon hope. Hanging on to hope allows people to not be ashamed of losing. Without shame or embarrassment everyone is truly enjoying the time spent with his/her
The last three weeks I have learned about three habits, and they are; habit 1 being proactive, habit 2 begin with the end in mind, and lastly, habit 3 first thing's first, I have an so learned how to use them anywhere.lastly, how they can/will improve my life for good and help me through a difficult path.
World War II stands as a stunning example of America’s heroism on the battlefields of Europe and perseverance on the home front. American citizens sacrificed and provided unprecedented production for the war effort. They were unified in their cause of protecting freedom and spreading democracy. The primary concept of “Double Victory” is the concurrent battles that were being fought by American forces and society at the same time. In other words the Second World War II was also a desperate fight against discrimination for some Americans. For example in Takakis book "Double Victory" it shows stories of the lives of ethnically diverse Americans. In where in his book he demonstrated how an African American soldier in uniform who risks his life fighting in war, was order to move to the rear from a Southern bus driver, somehow this comment forced his white friends to intervene for him. Also, Takaki tells how a Japanese American feels betrayed by his own country and this happened when he and his family are sent to an internment camp without due legal process, but supposedly for the protection of his fellow Americans. In other hand, the book mentioned how one part the U.S military were sent to Europe to rescue a large part of Jewish people from the Nazi concentrations camps, and in the other side the U.S. armies were fighting discrimination in our own land because the reality was much different at home than what we really think about. For example, in cities in the South, blacks
Ashley Merryman, co-author of “Nature Shock,” (NY Times, Oct. 6, 2016) in “Forget Trophies, Let Kids Know It’s O.K. to Lose” argues that there is nothing wrong with losing because failure can actually be helpful. I passionately agree with this.
This statement demonstrates how important losing is, in order for us to learn and
Winning gives you an incomparable feeling of joy and accomplishment; it is one of the best feelings in the world (Winning Isn't Everything, It's the Only Thing). “Winning does build confidence especially when that winning represents a true accomplishment; (i.e., I've beaten a worthy opponent),” says David A. Feigley (The Role of Winning in Youth Sports).
Habit 4: Think win-win was not a habit I necessarily liked, but it was one i needed to hear. I never realized it but as we got deeper into the habit it was brought to my attention that my view of certain situations was more on the negative side. It opened my eyes and taught me how to look at everything in a win-win attitude. I had to step back and realize that things were not always going to be in my favor and I cant win all the time. That day I went out to practice and tried to complement everyone on the mat and said they were doing a great job! It was a shock to me how good it made me feel.
Short-term wins outlined in Kotter’s Step 6 can really boost your innovation efforts by proving that your efforts are paying off. Additionally, if you have your guiding innovation team leading these short-term innovation efforts, communicating results, celebrating progress and removing barriers to implementation, you’re laying the critical foundation to successfully execute your industry’s next big innovation. Once the new change plan has been implemented it is critical for everyone involved to experience the benefits of short-term wins so they can stay motivated for the future and the change that is yet to come. John Kotter list several roles that short term wins play. There characteristics are after a lot of hard work, positive feedback
When you stop trying to get better, you’re bound to get worse. After winning a few games there is no settling for what has been done, there is always work to be done and improvement to make. Riley states “Players cannot be “game players.” They can’t turn it on and off. They have to always be doing things well and their best to accomplish their best. Being competitive is a great habit, because it guards you from getting too complacent.”
Have you ever heard people say that even when you lose, you still win in some ways? A coined term for this is a Laevinic defeat, defined as the antonym of a Pyrrhic victory. An example of a Laevinic defeat would be a team in a seeded sports competition intentionally losing a few games near the end of a season to avoid playing against the top-seeded team for as long as possible to win more playoff games than they would have otherwise. This demonstrates that there is a victory in defeat as the team that had a worse record managed to win more playoff games.
If a survey was made asking every person in the world whether they would rather lose or win, a resounding number of people would not think twice about it. They would pick winning over losing every time. Why would they not? Winning has many benefits: the feeling of beating a rival is full of enjoyment and pleasure; it also makes you feel great because you exceeded at something and beat it; winning also makes a person feel more powerful as if they can accomplish anything. Overall winning seems to be far greater than losing; however, there are many greater benefits in losing. To start, losing is far better for a person than winning; it makes a person stronger and makes the fight harder for the times ahead; after losing time and time again, when you finally get that win it feels so much sweeter; lastly there are far greater things than just winning.