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But I think funny and talent will always win out; I mean, of course there are hurdles, but I think if you're funny you will get over all of that.
It is easier to win than to fail. Everybody sides with the winner. But the failure walks alone.
George Matthew Adams
My job is to give my team a chance to win.
I always tried to win. I was as competitive as I am today.
To win those big games you're going to have to complete some third-down passes, you're going to have to be able to get some explosive games in the passing game.
I always have a lot of personal goals, but primarily my main goal each year is to obviously win a Super Bowl.
I always want to win because I never want to sit out on the sidelines outside.
Tension is the greatest curse in sport. I've never had any tension. You give the best you have - you win or lose. What's the difference if you give all you've got to give?
My experience has been in a short 77 years that in the end when you fight for a desperate cause and have good reasons to fight, you usually win.
I look at it this way. I'm not putting age limits on what I can do. As long as I can do the job to help the team win and feel like I'm playing at a high level, which I feel I can do for a long while, I'm going to play no matter what my age is.
The first lesson is that you can't lose a war if you have command of the air, and you can't win a war if you haven't.
I want to score in every game and win things. That's the most important thing.
I don't think there is anything owed to us. You've got to go out and work hard for every round win.
When the National Security Agency recruited me, they put me through a day of lie detector tests. They found out all my weaknesses and immediately seduced me. They used the strongest drugs in our culture, sex, power and money, to win me over.
Being a runner means you are now 'free' to win and lose and live life to its fullest.
To win in Australia, for me, has to be the ultimate success because the Aussies live for sport.
One thing I've done in my life is train year-round to compete at anything, anything. I've got an invitation now to maybe be on the karate team for the Barcelona Olympics. I'm debating whether I want to do that. I just love to compete, and I want to win.
I want winners. I want people who want to win.
The bottom line is winning. I want to do what we need to do to win football games.
I have on my bookshelf a series of books with opposite titles: 'The Alpha Strategy' and the 'Omega Strategy'; 'Asia Rising' and 'Asia Falling'; 'Free to Choose' and 'Free to Lose'; 'How to Win Friends and Influence People' and 'How to Lose Friends and Alienate People.' Visitors love the collection.
The day I go out there and don't want to win is the day I will give up.
You lose some, you win some. Nothing wrong with that at all.
If the opponent offers keen play I don't object; but in such cases I get less satisfaction, even if I win, than from a game conducted according to all the rules of strategy with its ruthless logic.
Wrestling was like stand-up comedy for me. Every night I had a live audience of 25,000 people to win over. My goal was never to be the loudest or the craziest. It was to be the most entertaining.
I always work the same way, starting from the beginning of the weekend, so I know at the beginning of the race, from all that I have analysed during the practice, whether I will win the race or not.
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