Win or Lose?

I’m going to ask you the most important question you can ask yourself…

Are you ready?

Are you playing to win or are you playing NOT to lose?

Be honest…

I asked someone this same question the other day and he responded, “Sorry, I don’t see the difference.”

The difference is everything…

I mean EVERYTHING…

And here’s the key…

Your answer may be different for different areas of your life…

So ask yourself to get specific…

When it comes to money —

Are you playing to win, or are you playing NOT to lose?

When it comes to relationships —

Are you playing to win, or are you playing NOT to lose?

When it comes to health —

Are you playing to win, or are you playing NOT to lose?

When it comes to your life —

Are you playing to win, or are you playing NOT to lose?

Because here’s the deal…

This IS your life —

So, are you going to play to win? Or are you going to play NOT to lose?

Do you see the difference? Because the difference is everything…

Go Big!

Kristen


12 Responses to “Win or Lose?”

  1. Maria says:

    thank you so much, i really needed it today

  2. Martha says:

    I’m playing to win only!

  3. Felix says:

    Hey Kristen,
    Just wanted to tell you, that your newsletter really is the best! You are so authentic and have really helpful tips or hints all the time!
    And sometimes, when you make advertisement, it is not that you just want to sell something, it is always something really outstanding you are recommending (like for example robert anthony’s stuff)

    This post is also a good example of how beatiful kinds of food for thought and the heart you are giving. Your info always brings me directly in touch with my positive inner attitude, necessary to follow up to my goals

    Thank you!! 😀

  4. Kristen,
    You are right – the difference is everything. To me the difference is whether you take necessary risks to win, versus, playing it safe so that you don’t lose. In other words, you settle and never aim for your full potential! Which means you most likely will miss out on everything big. 🙂

    Thanks for pointing this out – maybe the post will inspire a few people live their life to the fullest.

  5. Felix says:

    I think the difference is also, that, when you are going for something to not lose, it is somehow out of frustration and a negative startpoint.
    But when you are going for something to win, you are motivated and enthusiastic, because you really want to reach something!

  6. Jen says:

    Thank you, Kristen. You always seem to send out just the right message
    at just the right time. I didn’t get a chance to read your blog post until this morning… Seems I’ve either been playing Not to lose or not playing
    at all in all areas but my health (something good to start from, yay!)
    That all changes starting right now. I’m competing w/my herding dogs this weekend…lets see what happens when I focus everything I’ve got on
    Exuding quiet, confident, calm movment of the livestock… (that is the goal,you see:).
    Thank You.

  7. Claudia says:

    I’m confused, is this a trick question? If you are playing not to lose, you are still playing to win, so is there really is no differnece.

  8. Claudia says:

    I\’m confused, is this a trick question? If you are playing not to lose, you are still playing to win, so is there really is no differnece.

  9. Elsie says:

    I am playing to WIN the difference is that when you play not to loose your brain does not hear the NOT and you attract Losing instead of Winning. Thank you Kristin for all that you give, I love that I have made the commitment to be in your VIP coaching. Thank you for giving so much for so little making your program at a price that is in reach of most people. You GO Girl! Big Hugs Tenderspirit (Elsie)

  10. ayad says:

    hi kristen
    i feel you can help me ,what ever you say
    the problem is the challenge between you and the mind or subconscious mind and you is in in between
    mind doesn’t know th not to loose morever the subconscious mind understand if not loosing do nothing and be as you are

  11. Kristen,

    So glad you are here. Your lessons are making a difference. Need more of your input to change my thinking.
    Keith

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