This next quote reminds me of another quote from another dude. Mj Demarco the author for Millionaire Fastlane said, "Failure is the sweat of success."
I don't know about you but I hate losing.
Then these people frame failure as something inevatable but more important than that they fram it as something petty. As a small price to pay in comparison to the rewards that you will get when you get success.
So the quote for today:
“It's not whether you win or lose in life that's important but whether you play the game. Lose enough and eventually you will win. It's only a matter of time.”
- Joe Sugarman
"but whether you play the game"
But whether you play the game. But whether you play the game. But whether you play the game.
So play the game!
Damn that feels incredible. So play the game just long enough. Nevermind the failures. Or rather persevere through the failures enough and eventually you will get success.
Damn! That makes me want to play more and risk more.
"Lose enough and eventually you will win. It's only a matter of time.”
It's only a matter of time.
I think this quote requires more repeating than explanation or discussion.
So I guess the better question now is how will you choose which game to play long enough.
But if that will hold you back from taking action. Remember this through taking action you gain more clarity. Clarity that came from experience. I know it sucks but sometimes we just have to go through to the shitty stuff to learn which stuff we really want in life.