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Play to Win


I’ve been told that entrepreneurship is the idea of combining one’s passion and talents to create value that the world can use.

I couldn’t agree more. When you are passionate about what you do, no circumstance, no situation and no one can stand in your way. In other words you play to win!

More importantly, when you are passionate about what you do, people will take notice. Your talents will rise above all others and the beauty of your skill set will shine through.

What are you passionate about?

What gets you up in the morning?

Will the passion for what you love allow you to sit in a room and discuss it with others all day long?

If I were to give you a 300 page book on your topic would you want to sit down and read it?

If you are a true entrepreneur… these and many other questions just like them can be easily answered.

You are probably thinking that one can be passionate about many things and I would agree with you. However, I would ask you to look deep inside and asked yourself that question. You will find that the answer to this question is much bigger than you think.

Read the first line in the first paragraph again and ask yourself. Does your passion bring value to the world? If you are not creating value that will impact the world, then it might be time to stop calling yourself an entrepreneur.

As I stated before, when you are offering value, people take notice. They want to be part of what you are doing. They want to connect with you. They want to be part of your inner circle.

People want to be attracted to those who are confident. They want to absorb your passion for the things that you do. A winning attitude can go a long way. It can open doors that you may have never considered and it can create opportunities that may have never been presented if you had a lackluster attitude.

You must always have a winning attitude. This alone will attract others to you.

Play to win because everyone remembers the winner. The person who comes in second place is considered the first loser.

Play to Win!

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