Success Stories – 3 Natures!

Often we confront many success stories. We remember the characters, the end result, and the benefit the characters gain through these successes in terms of material or eternal currencies.

What if we analyze those success stories through their very nature?
This article is an effort in that direction.

Success Story No. 1: Strength

Strength

You make the game and win it through your strength, skill, and talent, as simple as that! This is the first nature of the success story we see many times. You possess the tools and techniques to cruise through the processes, gain a substantial lead from opponents, and win. Here, your skillset and training-undergone define your success. Your aptitude!. These hits bring you confidence in your abilities, assurance of your capabilities, and energy for further triumphs.

Success Story No. 2: Weakness

Weak competition

You win because you are the best among the worst. Lack of eligible competition and competitors allow you to reap the success. You can thrust through round because of the apparent absence of fair or matching competition to your level. You may win such contests, but remind yourself of the reality of why you won. Be aware of your lacking and lost opportunity to learn from the more robust competition. You must introspect your shortcomings by yourself. Self-criticism can be deployed healthily. There is no guarantee that you will have a similar fortune next time. Because this time, you won out of luck of not having a capable opponent.
This is the game where players win, and the match fails; the game’s objective fails.

Success Story No. 3: Determination

Determination

This can also be named ‘success with a style!’.
Of course, it must be!
Here the player, that’s you, loose. You try, lose again. You lose several times. But you learn lessons from your failures, raise up from each failure and give it a try with improved efforts. So 100 times you fail, and 101 times you raise. Success is inevitable for sure for a person who refuses to lose! Here you win, not only for your skillset and training underwent, but for your patience, perseverance, consistency, and determination. Here you win for your attitude. Here you win because you refuse to lose.

We may win for our strengths or competitors’ weaknesses, but real success is winning through our failures.

Thought for the day!

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