Winners

A man without a dream is a man without purpose. Intention is everything. Fortune doesn’t come from sitting at the back of a classroom, singing rock songs and stringing an imaginary guitar.

It takes guts to push oneself forward in today’s society. Taking the backseat is an excuse, the kind that differentiates the elite from the run-of-the-mill. Losers will be losers, and winners usually come out on top.


Average people are sometimes delusional because they either find reasons behind not demanding anymore from themselves, or suffer from laziness or fear of rejection. Exasperating efforts are those not resolved.


Winners, contrarily push themselves to break new barriers by having high self-esteem and a burning desire to reach their targets. No problem is too great while they have a mechanism to go beyond the boundaries of failure.


Leaders are the winners that lead by example. They show others how to produce effective results. These are those in the know of how to achieve greatness. Aspire to them and ride the wave of success.


Get inspirations from successful entrepreneurs like Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Donald Trump, Sir. Richard Branson, Alan Sugar, Warren Buffett, and others. Use their methods to turn the tide on a quest to be the best.


Winners aren’t born that way, but rather have worked on their skillset and created a winning attitude that propels them to take full responsibility of their circumstances. Ambition coupled to a resilient posture and a try until approach is what pushes them forward.


Anyone can be a winner with the right preparation, a get-up-and-go attitude, action orientated robotics, and willingness to take on and propel new challenges!

Take care!

Prof. Carl Boniface








Vocabulary builder:

Run-of-the-mill (adj) = mediocre, ordinary, average, undistinguished, unremarkable, everyday, (ant) extraordinary

Exasperating (v) infuriating, maddening, frustrating

Contrarily (adv) = disobediently, rebelliously, stubbornly, willfully, defiantly, uncooperatively, obstinately, perversely, awkwardly, (ant) cooperatively

Tide (n) current, flow, surge, wave, drift, stream, rush

Quest (n) mission, expedition, pursuit, search, hunt, journey

Skillset (n) = is a person's range of skills or abilities.

Willingness (n) = readiness, inclination, will, preparedness, disposition, (ant) unwillingness


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