By Ange Fonce

Make these 3 simple decisions... and practice them constantly to set yourself up to win... no matter what happens... most of the time.

If you think winning means making a lot of money... you are confused... money is only pieces of paper with pictures of dead people on it... the reason you want more money is because then you can buy things that make you feel good.

If you think winning means beating the competition... you are confused... it is not the score on the scoreboard that counts... it is the feeling that you get when you know you have done better than everyone else... it makes you feel good.

If you think winning means achieving a goal... you are completely confused... the only reason that goal is important is because you think that achieving it will make you feel good.

In other words... winning equals feeling good... Winning is a feeling... not an event.

I have known dozens of people who were successful by the standards of society... yet who were miserable... and unhappy in life... they are losers.

I have also known many people who are happy... and positive about their life... even though material success has remained elusive... they are winners.

If you are like most people who read this my writings... you are somewhere in-between... neither fabulously rich nor abjectly poor.

So it is up to you whether you are a winner... or a loser. 

With that in mind... I am going to ask you to make three decisions that will help change your life.

1) Decide that it feels good to learn... and grow because that is going to happen regardless of the outcome of your efforts.

2) Decide that it feels good to make a positive difference in other people's lives... even if it is only with a smile.

3) Decide that if feels good simply to be alive... and that every day above ground is a good day... by definition.

Since you are human like the rest of us... you cannot feel good all the time... there will be days when you feel blue... and days when stuff bothers you.

Even so... when you make those decisions... and keep them as ongoing commitments to yourself... you will more often be a winner than a loser... regardless of what happens in your life.

I realize that this concept might seem a bit simplistic to you. 

The thing is though... the most profound truths are usually the most simple.

As a Zen saying goes...

"Simplicity is the greatest form of sophistication!"

Keep life simple... you get confused when you make life complicated... it can all become very messy... fast!

May You Enjoy A Productive And Prosperous Day!

Yours Sincerely

Ange Fonce