SWETA LEENA PANDA
win vs lose
Win is difficult
However give up easily.
Win means confident on you
However lose means doubt yourself.
Win means you make the decisions and dare to do it
However lose means you are never fully committing.
Win means you have enthusiasm for what you do
However lose means you are not excitable.
Win means you keep moving forward
However lose means stepping back more than forward.
Win means you take the risks
However lose means you are risk adverse.
Win means you overcome the challenges presented
However lose means you let the challenges overcome you.
Win means you demonstrate a positive attitude
However lose means you demonstrate a negative attitude.
Win means you find the opportunities
However lose means you wait for the opportunities
win means you use your time efficiently and effectively
However lose means you procrastinate.
Win means you set your goals you take action, you set deadlines
However lose means you think about it but never set concrete plans.
Win means you demonstrate by find solutions
However lose means you can only see the problems
win means in life you choose your attitude
However lose means in life you lose your attitude
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