Ian Prukner and Chris K. Hogan don’t like categorizing people as winners and losers. Sure, there is only one blue ribbon for first place, but all people in the competition have strengths that others might not. And everyone in that competition has faults. If anything, these two titans try to see winning qualities in everyone. Here are what Ian Prukner and Chris K. Hogan consider the traits of true winners.
They Are Good Leaders
Winners aren’t just leaders. They are willing to take responsibility for their actions. They are effective at building a business, then putting together an equally strong team. Along with this leadership skill is an ability to make good decisions. Winners are proactive rather than reactive as they make decisions on factual information and the feedback of others. Needless to say, these are rational rather than emotional decisions.
Winners are persistent and have a good attitude when it comes to conquering challenges. They learn from failure rather than letting it bring them down. Most importantly, winners understand that, as humans, we are fallible creatures. We all make mistakes at some point in our lives, but what matters is the knowledge we gain from those mistakes. Dwelling on missteps and lingering in the past has no place in the mind of a winner.
Being Their Best Selves
Winners focus on being the best possible versions of themselves. This means reading material that is beneficial to their lives, setting challenging goals, having an adaptive mindset, maintaining a positive attitude, and having a deep passion for what they do. Ian Prukner and Chris K. Hogan identify all of these as critical characteristics for success in personal and professional areas of people’s lives. Overall, winners are focused and committed. They are positive people who enjoy their success while remaining humble at the same time. Above all, winners are individuals that you want to be around as they tend to light up a room and are an inspiration to others.
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