If you are a competitor, you will need a few things to keep you competitive. But you can’t be a competitor unless you can keep a certain positive attitude. This is true whether you are in the boardroom or in the front row of the gym.
The only thing that is really important is to get some positive attitude. I think everyone who has been on D-Train has been on D-Train since I was a kid. But I don’t think that’s even a good thing.
Stay positive, stay positive, stay positive. That’s the only way you can win the competition.
Now that we have this down, I think we can all agree that staying positive is important. There is something to be said for always being positive about everything. We can all see it in our own lives, or in the lives of others who seem to always say things like “I’m going to do X, Y, and Z.
We all know that all we need to do to stay positive is stay positive. But here’s the thing. If you are consistently positive, then when you are asked to be negative your behavior will be consistently negative. That is the nature of competition. That’s why I get so angry so much, because when I’m asked about something negative I do it because I want to hurt someone or something.
You don’t have to compete with anyone, but you do have to compete with yourself.
Competing with your emotions is great, but it can be very stressful when you have to compete against your feelings. That’s why I always get so upset when I feel negative. Thats why I always get so angry when I feel negative. It’s like that old saying, “you can’t win against yourself.
If I’m winning, I’m good! If I’m losing I’m good. In fact, if I’m losing, I’m good. But I’m still bad at winning.
I think the key to staying positive is being able to recognize when you are losing. In some circles, I’m told it’s necessary to keep a positive outlook throughout a competition, but this approach can be extremely unhealthy.