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What is the real difference found between thinking of losers and winners?

The reason that distinguishes the losers and winners

By Taimoor KhanPublished 2 years ago 3 min read
What is the real difference found between thinking of losers and winners?
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The words you use don't just express what you're thinking and feeling; they also tell your brain how to think and feel. Losers use words that make them bigger losers; winners use word that make them more successful.

I've seen several anonymous versions of this list on the web but I've made some changes and additions based on my personal experience:

Winners and losers use different words to share their experiences with life. Which words did you use?

The words which almost use to determine this difference are given.


Winners always see how to solve the problem

Winners take responsibility

A winner works harder to achieve the destination

A winner sees the solution

A winner always finds the opportunities to make himself/herself a successful person

The winner has powerful imagination to see the dreams in reality

A winner always learns from the past but lives in the present

Winners see the gain

Winners always follow the philosophy:” you can do

Winners always set the goals

Winners live his

planned life

Winners always give their best for the things that they have decided to do

Winners dream in the meantime

Winners are always certain

Winners always help others to win


Losers do not see the solution they say” This is your problem”.

Losers don’t have the ability to take responsibilities

Losers do not work hard they believe in the sign of luck

Losers see the problem

Losers complain about the condition

Losers always lack the imagination and power

Losers always live in the past

Losers see the pain

Losers follow the philosophy:” Do it to

Losers don’t set or lack goals

Losers failed to live a planned life

Losers work half-heartedly in everything they do in routine time

Losers dream in bed

Losers doubt

Losers always think about their benefits and did not help others

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