When you lose, say little.

When you win, say even less…

I found this quote this morning while thumbing through some images and it made me think about the responsibility that comes along with being really good at something. 

With being a winner, a champion even just being your best.

When you’re at the top of your game the world likes to turn into a hellish monster that wants to bring you down. 

It’s easy to allow those people, rumors and ideas into your head.

The thing is though is that anyone can be a champion, a winner. They just have to want it enough in whatever they’re doing. 
The problem is, a lot of people don’t do anything. So there really is nothing for them to become a champion in. 

It’s harder to bring someone else into a champion state of mind than it is to take yourself out of it. 

When you’re really good at something others that you want to notice, will notice. 
Sometimes you just need to be in it for the long game and remember to stay humble. 

Don’t lost sight of the long game. 

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