“I never lose. I either win or learn”

Nelson Mandela once said, “I never lose. I either win or I learn.” I consider these among a select group of words I live by. Losing is not final; it represents the opportunity to try again with more knowledge than you had last time.

When we run into a situation in our life, we have to always remember that we either win or learn, never loose.

It is important to understand that we should always be open to learning and never underestimate yourself even if we have to meet with a loss.

We ought to understand the fact that life is all about meeting new challenges each and every single day and we should never take a loss as our downside. At the end of the day, it is all about our perspective that is going to matter.

Wining in the first attempt needs a lot of hardwork and dedication if you didn’t pass this attempt, no worries you have very much time to live and you will definitely win further attempts because all those people who are successful today have felt a million times before they all actually hold the trophy of success in their hands.

In the same way, it is good even if we are failing before, we could make it turn into our favor, which also means that we are taking attempts or trying hard to make it work!

This is definitely a good point in itself and if we truly want to be successful, we have to make sure that we embrace our defeats.

Know that there is learning in each and every failure, and that’s the greatest thing of all. You should always be ready to accept your situations and take your circumstances as they come.

Instead of running from situations, we should make up our mind to fight the battle till the end and keep our spirits high for we are never going to lose because we either learn or win.

When you fail, you become aware of all the reasons that didn’t work out so that you can discover the areas where you did go wrong.

You get to know your mistakes, and that is extremely important to make sure that you are not repeating them all over again the next time.

When you lose, you know all the codes that didn’t work out so that you can eliminate them and, thus, focus on working out with the other ones.

Therefore, the next time you do not win, make sure that you’re still holding a positive attitude in yourself, and that will eventually help you fetch the trophy sooner or later.

2 responses to ““I never lose. I either win or learn””

  1. Every word you have written, Adyasha, is brilliant, including the quote. Thank you!
    Joanna

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    1. I really appreciate all your grateful words…

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