Winning! How Winners Think--What Champions Do by Edie Raether

By Edie Raether

To respond to the age previous query, “are champions made or born,” Raether interviewed dozens of winning Olympians, CEOs, coaches, switch brokers, and traditional humans doing striking issues. In Winning!, she offers a template of the DNA of luck and divulges the basic traits and customary features of these who've triumph over adversity and crushed the chances. past the trite yet precise clichés of “think optimistic” and “your angle is your altitude,” Raether delves into the frame of mind of champions; the creativity, strategic pondering, and challenge fixing styles of these who've long gone past and gotten the gold. the muse of those light giants will re-ignite your spirit and ignite the fires of ardour, objective, and tool that can assist you depart your legacy

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However, financial bankruptcy is a temporary state for those who never give up their dream or lose their empowering belief in themselves. After raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, Nick sought the lure of challenge once again and ventured out on a short bike ride of 10,000 miles along the scenic route of the United States, paddling from the west to east coast. As a psychotherapist, I have observed that we will often times do more for others than for ourselves.

The search for significance is often misdirected and does not always serve society well. For example, graffiti and violence is a gang member’s way of having impact and being remembered by the destructive legacy they leave. More people know Al Capone than the current vice president, and maybe even the president, who often speaks of how he hopes to be remembered as well. All of us Missions That Motivate 27 in our own way wish to pass something on and leave our mark, even if it is just our favorite recipe.

39 40 Winning! Environment seems to have an accumulative effect and thus became a stronger factor with age. The conclusion on nature vs. nurture regarding attitude, optimism, and happiness is that it is the unique experiences to which we are exposed and what we make of those experiences that determine our overall level of happiness. We must also distinguish between happiness and pleasure. Pleasure is a more transient experience associated with a specific reward or event and does not lead to happiness if it is inconsistent with or adverse to a person’s greater goals.

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