There I was, stood looking at the results board, whilst she grinned from ear to ear, chattering away with her entourage, she had every right to be celebrating her victory … again!!!
I don’t really know her well, just know her name really from being at the top of the leader board and I may have taken a peek at her facebook page, so I didn’t have to celebrate with her, a mumbled ‘well done’ with a touch on the arm was sufficient. Turning away with a heavy sigh, I could feel the weight of defeat heavy against my chest. It had happened again, just like before, I bombed out! There has to be a silver lining in it all, right?
If I was going to fail at every competition, then it was time to stop and take a moment to celebrate the small wins. Not the red rosette, the 70%+ score, or the Regional Qualification, no. Instead, I’m talking about celebrating the small stuff; the little things that most brush off as no big deal or not good enough, particularly when the goal is to be competitive. I’m talking about actively looking for the wins and celebrating them. Here are some small win examples from my last outing: Continue reading Celebrate the Small Wins