Recently, I came across an article that talked about three different ways to get ahead in life: being a victim, being a worker, and being a winner. These three ways are all different ways of approaching the “be, do & have” concept in life.
Let me break it down for you. The victim’s approach is to think, “have, do, be.” These are the people who wait for the perfect moment to arrive before they take action. They rely on external factors such as money or support to achieve their goals. The problem with this approach is that the perfect moment never comes, and they are left feeling unfulfilled and unhappy.
The worker’s approach is to think, “do, have, be.” These people believe that the more they do, the more they will have, and the happier they will be. The problem with this approach is that they never know when to stop. They keep doing more and more, but they never feel satisfied or fulfilled.
Finally, we have the winner’s approach, which is to think, “be, do, have.” These people focus on becoming the person they need to be to achieve their goals. They think about what kind of person would have access to the outcomes they desire and work towards becoming that person. By doing so, they naturally do the things that this person would do, and the outcomes take care of themselves.
The winner mindset is the only one that leads to true success and happiness. We don’t sacrifice important aspects of our lives, and we don’t rely on external factors to determine our success. We become the type of person who can achieve the outcomes we want, and we do the things that person would do. This approach is holistic and fulfilling.
So, don’t fall for the trap of being the victim or the worker. Be the winner. Focus on becoming the type of person who can achieve the outcomes you want, and success will follow. If you’re looking for a partner to help you transition your mindset towards a winner’s way of seeing the world, book a Discovery call with me & we can work towards making you a winner together.