You can't measure success if you have never failed. My father has taught me that if you really do want to reach your goals, you can't spend any time worrying about whether you're going to win or lose. Focus only on getting better.— Steffi Graf
Staggering Win Or Lose quotations
Trust me I never lose. Either I win or learn from it
Islam will win with or without you, but without Islam you will get lost and lose.
The only thing even in this world is the number of hours in a day.
The difference in winning or losing is what you do with those hours.
Win or lose you will never regret working hard, making sacrifices, being disciplined or focusing too much. Success is measured by what we have done to prepare for competition.
We have a demon, we have an angel inside, within our souls, and you just play with it, and sometimes the evil part of you wins the battle, in a very important decision, or in a bedtime, with your lover. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose.
The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand.
Yesterday is not ours to recover, but tomorrow is ours to win or lose.
You've got to get to the stage in life where going for it is more important than winning or losing.
In basketball - as in life - true joy comes from being fully present in each and every moment, not just when things are going your way. Of course, it's no accident that things are more likely to go your way when you stop worrying about whether you're going to win or lose and focus your full attention on what's happening right this moment.
A successful person never loses...they either win or learn!
There is no mat space for malcontents or dissenters.
One must neither celebrate insanely when he wins, nor sulk when he loses. He accepts victory professionally, humbly; he hates defeat, but makes no poor display of it.
On any given Sunday you're gonna win or you're gonna lose.
The point is -- can you win or lose like a man?
In every disagreement in your marriage, remember that there is not a winner and a loser. You are partners in everything, so you will either win together or lose together. Always work together to find a solution.
When I was deciding to fight, the thought of winning or losing didn't bother me.
When the game is over I just want to look at myself in the mirror, win or lose, and know I gave it everything I had.
There is no doubt that man is a competitive animal and there is no place where this fact is more obvious than in the ring. There is no second place. Either you win or you lose. When they call you a champion, it's because you don't lose. To win takes a complete commitment of mind and body.
I have three dogs at home. Even after losing a series or winning a series, they treat me the same way.
How you gather, manage, and use information will determine whether you win or lose.
The desire to maximize the number of winning trades (or minimize the number of losing trades) works against the trader. The success rate of trades is the least important performance statistic and may even be inversely related to performance.
It does not matter whether you win or lose, what matters is whether I win or lose!
Life has but one true charm: the charm of the game.
But what if we’re indifferent to whether we win or lose?
When men lose against me, they always have a headache .
.. or things of that kind. I have never beaten a completely healthy man!
Winning and losing are both very temporary things.
Having done one or the other, you move ahead. Gloating over a victory or sulking over a loss is a good way to stand still.
A competitive world offers two possibilities. You can lose. Or, if you want to win, you can change.
Now there's three things you can do in a baseball game: You can win or you can lose or it can rain.
You have to be true to yourself and remain humble.
Whether you win or lose, you've got to treat everyone the same, and be who you are.
There are more important things in life than winning or losing a game.
All this twaddle, the existence of God, atheism, determinism, liberation, societies, death, etc., are pieces of a chess game called language, and they are amusing only if one does not preoccupy oneself with 'winning or losing this game of chess.
It's not about winning or losing a competition, it's about beating the doubt from within yourself and knowing at the end of each day you are one step closer to your goals.
We should tell our kids to just have fun, participate and not get bent on winning or losing. But every coach, when they say that, they say it tongue in cheek, 'Don't worry about winning': If you win I'll get you ice cream, but if you lose I'm going to pout in the car.
Every endeavour pursued with passion produces a successful outcome, regardless of the result. For it is not about winning or losing – rather, the effort put forth in producing the outcome.
One of the common traits of outstanding performers-coaches, athletes, managers, sales representatives, executives, and others who face a daily up/down, win/lose accounting system-is that a rejection, that is, defeat, is quickly forgotten, replaced eagerly by pursuit of a new order, client, or opponent.
Win or lose, everybody gets what they want out of the market.
Some people seem to like to lose, so they win by losing money.
No matter if you win or lose, the most important thing in life is to enjoy what you have.