Small Business Diva

June 20, 2008

The Difference Between Winners And Losers

Filed under: Words of Wisdom & Inspiration — smallbusinessdiva @ 12:07 pm
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“How we deal with adversity shapes our lives more than almost anything else.  Achievers usually see problems as transitory, while those who fail usually see even the smallest problem as everlasting.”

Anthony Robbins, Speaker and Author  

Everyone has their problems – I truly believe that we are never given any challenge that we can’t handle. I also believe that it is how we handle these challenges that defines who we are.

Next time you are faced with some sort of problem, try to see it as an opportunity to improve… a chance to see what you’re really made of.

Someone once told me that winners actually fail more often than losers… because winners pick themselves up and try again, then keep trying. Losers just give up.

Here’s to your success in business,




  1. Thanks for this Donna-Marie. Timing is just right!
    Interestingly I made a comment along similar lines when watching Nelson Mandela on celebrating his 90the birthday the other night. All that he has been through and at 90 is hanging up his “appearing in public” boots. He could easily have given up a long time ago and when he didn’t, look what he achieved!

    Comment by Nerida Gill — June 30, 2008 @ 9:12 pm | Reply

  2. […] same idea is reflected in a post by Small Business Diva where Donna-Marie describes the difference between winners and losers. Winners pick themselves up […]

    Pingback by Set backs or opportunities « Adminbandit’s Weblog — July 1, 2008 @ 2:12 pm | Reply

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