The key to being a winner is to have desire
and a goal from which you refuse to be deterred (被吓住).
That desire fuels your dreams and the
special goal keeps you focusing. --71.
Deeply down we all have a hope that our --72.
destiny is not to be average and prosaic. Everyone
talks about a good game, but the winner goes out
and do something. To win, there has to be movement --73.
and physical action. Attitudes and persistence can
help us become who we want to be. --74.
Competition is the best motivator. Because --75.
many people use competition as an excuse for not
doing something, those who really want to success --76.
see competition as an opportunity, and they're
willing to do the tough work necessarily to win. --77.
Learn to deal with fear. Fear is the greatest
deterrent to taking risk. People worry so much --78.
about failing that their fear paralyzes them,
drained the energy they might otherwise be using to --79.
You can cultivate self-respect by developing a
commitment to your own talents. It may be
necessary to do the thing you fear the most in
order to put that fear in rest, so that it can no --80.
longer control you.