It’s been a very interesting week here in the U.S. and unless you’ve been living in some remote part of the world without a phone or internet connection you’re familiar with what has happened with our presidential election.
Now I’m not going to go into my views on politics and the race because quite frankly I’m not a big fan of individuals who get on a soapbox and who start projecting their biased opinions.
I believe if you’re going to state your opinion and do so as it is a fact you must be willing to see the truth…all of it….not just the parts that you want to see.
And that in and of itself is why I’m not a big fan of politics.
When we get into trouble is when we believe our opinion is fact and we condemn or make wrong those individuals who see things differently.
I have a simple philosophy that I use in my life. If your way is working for you and it’s not hurting anyone, than no one has a right to say sh*t abut it.
So what does this have to do with your love life?
Whether or not you win the game of love has more to do with your attitude and your belief in your ability to win than anything else.
And I know it may be a hard pill to swallow.
I know it may appear that things may be stacked against you. I know that you may have really put yourself out there and given every relationship you had and yet you still got screwed and had your heart broken.
But you’re still here and you’re still in the game!
I believe that it is what you are going to do from here on out that will determine whether or not you win the game of love.
I have been studying successful people for over 25 years and I have learned a lot about the mindset and behavior of those individuals who succeed and create amazing results in their lives. Whether it was Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins or Jimmy Buffett
What makes these people successful is two things…their commitment to succeeding, their willingness to get back up every time they get knocked down,,AND…their belief that they can succeed.
You see, if you don’t believe you can succeed or if you believe you can have everything your desires. You’ll simply be making it so much harder on yourself to win the game of love.
Yes, there are setbacks, disappointments and even major heartbreaks that will make you want to give up and call it quits.
But that’s what makes winning even sweeter when you actually do get what you want.
So today I’m going to invite you to take some Mirror Time. I want you to take a good, honest hard look at yourself and I want you ask yourself have you been playing the game of love to win or have you been playing not to lose?
Are you focused on going forward and finding out what you need to do to win the game of love or are you focused on how why it won’t work out and what may go wrong because up until now things haven’t worked out?
You see, the game isn’t over until it’s over and the clock stops.
And if you’re reading this now you’re still in the game. Yes, the clock may be ticking but the game can turnaround in an instant.
If you are playing with the attitude that you can still win and you are focusing your energy on how to win, then you greatly increase your chances of winning.
I believe that by showing up today and reading this that you are a winner and you can and will win the game of love.
But the big question is ….”Do You?”
Have a Blessed day!