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100 Success Tips To Make You A Winner

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There’s been a lot of talk lately about “Winning” although celebrity Charlie Sheen is the trend setter for the said word he may not be the perfect role model for it.

We do have below a defined list of 100 things a winner does in his or her day to day life that defines you as a “Winner“.

Take these “to do’s” in and see what kind of results you get back. 

 

100 Affirmations To Make You A Winner

 

  1. I am not afraid of making mistakes
  2. I am willing to take a chance
  3. I am always looking for ways to do something better
  4. I forget the failures of the past and look at each new day through fresh eyes
  5. I invest in my own personal development
  6. I am never afraid to discard a non-producing idea in order to start afresh
  7. I smile even when I don’t feel like smiling
  8. I laugh in the face of disaster
  9. I speak positive words
  10. If I have nothing good to say, I keep my mouth shut
  11. I have the winning habit of reading every day
  12. I listen to instructional recordings on a regular basis
  13. I finish what I start
  14. I delegate
  15. I exercise my body as well as my mind
  16. I have the mind of a student
  17. I recognize and applaud other winners
  18. I look for solutions, not problems
  19. I never criticize
  20. I know how to forgive
  21. I write lots of notes
  22. I give lots of hugs
  23. I make ‘I love you’ a big part of my vocabulary
  24. I am not afraid of saying, I was wrong
  25. I return telephone calls
  26. I’m a good listener
  27. I am a giver
  28. I am a believer in myself as well as others
  29. I give a strong handshake
  30. I save and invest for the future
  31. I step out where others fear to tread
  32. I look other people in the eye during conversations
  33. I walk tall and have good posture
  34. I work hard and smart and play hard and smart
  35. I encourage others to be the best they can be
  36. I look for good in others
  37. I create opportunity
  38. I speak the future into reality
  39. I am confident
  40. I am secure in my personality
  41. I reach beyond my comfort zone
  42. I reward myself for even little achievements
  43. I am a goal setter
  44. I write my goals
  45. I refer to my goals regularly
  46. I am always writing down new goals
  47. I exhort others to pursue their goals
  48. I don’t seek out other people’s applause
  49. I am an initiator
  50. I see a rainbow for every storm
  51. I would rather win a friend than win an argument
  52. I am not status conscious
  53. I am all things to all people
  54. I walk the talk
  55. I keep my word
  56. I am punctual
  57. I am reliable
  58. I am trustworthy
  59. I am happy to help
  60. I am polite and courteous
  61. I take care with the way I dress
  62. I keep my shoes clean
  63. I keep my hair neatly trimmed
  64. I am orderly
  65. I use a diary
  66. I answer the telephone in a professional manner
  67. I think of others first
  68. I say ‘thank you’ and ‘please’ on a consistent basis
  69. I build others up and don’t pull them down
  70. I meet with other winners on a regular basis
  71. I never quit but may from time to time adjust my swing
  72. I am persistent
  73. I am compassionate
  74. I have a passion for life
  75. I share what I have with others
  76. I take time out to talk to a child
  77. I like people
  78. I treat my own body with respect
  79. I show respect to others
  80. I never say, ‘never’
  81. I swim upstream
  82. I am a non-conformist
  83. I get things done
  84. I have conviction
  85. I try
  86. I seize opportunity
  87. I embrace change and make it my friend
  88. I am always taking action
  89. I run towards a challenge
  90. I know that through stretching beyond my ability I will grow
  91. I do what it takes to get a job done
  92. I either follow a system or invent my own
  93. I lead by example
  94. I know that when the dream is big then that’s all that counts
  95. I know that one of life’s greatest teachers is experience
  96. I have a mentor
  97. I have strong values
  98. I am well informed
  99. I am on a mission to make this world a better place for all of us to live in
  100. I know that I  am a winner because I always compete against my last performance.

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