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Think Like A Winner: 4 Ways To Believe Your Way To Success

by Jamelle Sanders

What’s the most important ingredient in success?

While networking and personal development are important, the thing that is often missing from the conversation is mindset.

You have probably heard many times that successful people think differently. However, the bigger question is this: how do you develop a success mentality?

What challenges do you have to overcome to think at the next level?

You can achieve success in every area of your life if you think like a winner.

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How To Develop A Winning Mentality

1. Make a decision.

If you want to live the life of your dreams, it starts with a decision. You have to decide that what you desire to achieve is greater than your desire to stay where you are.

When you make a decision, it will create discomfort. No matter how discomforting it may feel you must remain dedicated to your choice. After all, if you aren’t at least a little afraid of your dreams, you’re not dreaming big enough.

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2. Accept that letting go of old habits is necessary.

The moment I made a decision to live a greater life, I immediately experienced psychological challenges, and you likely will, too.

It’s difficult to break away from what is familiar in order to walk into your future. Conformity is the greatest threat to change in life.

Humans are creatures of habit. Many have always done things a certain way and never question their habits.

When you question your habits, you are empowered to create new habits and propel change in every area of your life. To think like a winner, you have to detach from the old way of doing things to discover new opportunities.

Related: 6 Secrets To Creating Habits That Stick

3. Develop a new way of thinking.

Your belief system is the foundation to your success or failure in life. For every negative thought, you will have to plant new positive thoughts within your mind.

While this will be a great challenge, this is the key to creating new paradigms in your life.

Often times, the greatest hindrance to developing a new way of thinking is fear. The fear of the unknown is what fights change in our lives.

Force yourself to think positively. New ideas cannot be planted in poisonous soil.

4. Maintain your mentality.

When we think about maintenance, we always think about our homes or vehicles. However, the one thing that we forget to maintenance is the mind.

A mind that is neglected is a mind that will remain negative. It isn’t enough to complete the above steps for just a week—it has to be consistent. And to do that, you must consistently analyze your thoughts so you don’t fall back into your bad habits.

Related: 7 Ways To Start A New Habit

Assess your thought process and your thought pattern. Your thought process is how you think, while your thought pattern is what you think.

Your thought pattern and process create your paradigm. Your paradigm creates your worldview. Do not accommodate anything in your mind without first assessing it.

Place requirements on everything that is allowed to take up residence in your mind. When you become more careful about what you plant in your mind, you will be more conscious about what you produce.

The Takeaway

Your mind can be your greatest weapon or your greatest war. The time you devote to the development of the mind will determine the extent of victory in your life. Think like a winner, and you’ll live a winning life.


Jamelle SandersJamelle Sanders is the CEO of Jamelle Sanders International and is committed to empowering entrepreneurs and leaders to live up to their true potential and to profit wildly in their businesses. Jamelle is a life coach, author, leading empowerment specialist and highly respected thought leader. Jamelle has successfully empowered leaders and entrepreneurs around the world to succeed in business and in life.

Photo by Sourodeep

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