Creating a winner

I was reading something that one of my Facebook friends posted about relationships that was related closely to this picture. One thing about humans is that we naturally hate to lose. Guys are in no way excluded from this. One of my major pet peeves is when women totally take their man for granted. But I digress. The point is that there's a certain amount of truth to the saying, "behind a good man is a good woman." Chances are if you take the time to be intentional at consistently treating your man like a winner, you'll see the results of your actions. While we can't make people change we can influence change by our behaviors toward them.  Someone's confidence in you can make you more confident. It's all about creating an atmosphere of optimism, creativity, and winning in life. People who know how to effectively do this reap some very nice benefits.

I was reading something that one of my Facebook friends posted about relationships that was related closely to this picture. One thing about humans is that we naturally hate to lose. Guys are in no way excluded from this. One of my major pet peeves is when women totally take their man for granted. But I digress. The point is that there’s a certain amount of truth to the saying, “behind a good man is a good woman.” Chances are if you take the time to be intentional at consistently treating your man like a winner, you’ll see the results of your actions. While we can’t make people change we can influence change by our behaviors toward them. Someone’s confidence in you can make you more confident. It’s all about creating an atmosphere of optimism, creativity, and winning in life. People who know how to effectively do this reap some very nice benefits and they have happier relationships. Because if you treat someone like a winner long enough they’ll actually start to believe it themselves and their actions will follow suit. 

One thought on “Creating a winner

  1. Madame B says:

    Such a valid point, you can pour empowerment into a person until they believe it. I have been working on two case studies. One person who I have poured into has slowly being changing their thought process and becoming more positive. The other individual is starting to see their potential in the academics area. So your viewpoint is valid, and if tested can be proven.

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