Ask anyone what they did wrong and you’ll get an immediate answer and a long list.
Ask them what they did right and you’ll have a long wait for a short answer.
Handling failure requires moving on.
A bad day is not a bad life.
Failing to accomplish goals is a good thing.
Doubting yourself creates more failure.
Forget everything bad that ever happened and give it 100% of the best you have to offer.
Batting 1.000 isn’t realistic.
Showing up 1000% of the time with your best stuff – that’s how to train the mindset of a winner.
Let go of excuses and focus on the next thing.
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