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Practicing to Become a Winner

Every day you’re practicing to become a winner or a loser; make the right fucking choice. ~Chad Howse

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Our habits are who we are and who we’re going to become.

Most of us, myself included, allow our weaknesses to become habitual.

We habitually watch too much TV. We habitually get distracted when we work. We habitually take days off from the gym. We habitually take the easy path, the path of avoidance, the path of excuses, of reasons not to work, to go the extra mile, to build something better than what we have.

Every day – and think about this with some real introspection – you’re training to become a winner or a loser. (Read This: 10 Steps to Becoming a Loser)

Your habits are what you’re practicing. If you’re practicing focused, hard work on the things that matter, then you’re practicing winning.

If your habits are of avoidance of the things that are important, of laziness, of taking the easy road, then you’re practicing to be a loser.

The things you’re doing TODAY are a part of this training.

Think of how important this is.

Imagine going on as you’ve gone on up to this point and ending your life as a loser, someone who didn’t accomplish a single thing he set out to accomplish?! (Read This: Rise Victorious Against Procrastination and Laziness)

Picture yourself on your deathbed filled with regret, wishing you’d done the work, wishing you’d taken the risk, wishing that hard work and focus were your habits not TV and internet surfing.

That scares the beJesus out of me.

Look at your days, inspect your habits, be real with yourself and admit what you’re training to become.

Are you training to be a winner? I mean really….

Are you waking up early and working your ass off? Are you taking risks? Are you thinking big? Are you acting big?

Or, are you training to be a loser?

Are you procrastinating? Are you making excuses? Are you setting easy goals? Are you not admitting to yourself what you truly want to do and who you truly want to be because you’re afraid?

It’s time to be real with yourself about who you are and who you’re becoming.

Tomorrow isn’t good enough.

Man up. Think about this stuff today then create a plan of attack to start training and practicing to become a winner.

End your life with pride, love, happiness, and value, not with regret.

Read This: You’re Either Practicing Toughness or Weakness