Losing to Winning Story

You can create your underdog story too.

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I’ve been accumulating many skills in my field for this very moment. But at this very moment I am hanging by a thread and things don’t look good. Picture a fighter with a bruised face, swollen eyes, and blood streaming down his face. This is how I feel right now. I feel like giving up, begging my mind to throw in the towel, but it won’t.

During my lowest moment, I have a flashback. I think back to all the hard work that I’ve put in. I think about all the books and articles I’ve read. The pages of notes I’ve taken, and the hours of exercise that I’ve done. I think about my family and wife who are counting on me to win. My friends, and co-workers who have encouraged me, even if they didn’t know it. I think about my role models who have shown me that anything is possible. I think about all of these things, and then I snap.

Suddenly I’m the fighter who’s caught that second wind. No longer do I feel my opponents blows, but my opponent feels my counter punches. The tables have suddenly turned and I have the edge in this fight. I can hear my family, wife, friends and new friends cheering me on. I did not quit, I was losing but now I’m winning. All of my training and new skills have been triggered and I am a beast. I deliver the knockout punch and the fight is over. I am victorious.

You can be victorious too. Be the underdog of you’re life. When the odds are against you, keep fighting until you win. It’s not over, until you say it’s over.

Live Now or Forever Hold Your Peace!

 

Day _20 Play the Underdog Role Towards Your Goals

It’s not so bad to be the Underdog…

After watching the video below, I was inspired to write this post. Everybody likes a good underdog story because it gives you hope that it could be you. You were given a bad hand but you willed your way to victory. I love when people doubt me because it fuels me to not only prove them wrong, but to prove to myself that I can do it. Check it out… Continue reading “Day _20 Play the Underdog Role Towards Your Goals”