Let's Revisit This: Are You a WINNER or a LOSER?
January 25, 2018 1:48pm
By Katie Scheer
The start of a new year brings a higher drive to succeed as goals are made and strategies are set, so it's fitting to revisit what it takes to be a winner. Let's win this year by achieving our visions for 2018.
I am competitive and hate to lose - personally, professionally, and athletically. "Losing" doesn't necessarily mean I lost; instead, it might mean I defeated myself because I didn't try hard enough, dwelled too much on mistakes, and more. When I don't "win," I learn from my mistakes, pick up the pieces, and create the game plan for how to do things different next time. I have found this is the only way to be successful. I literally stumbled upon a terrific article that lists 33 characteristics that separate winners from losers, and understanding these differences is paramount as we all attempt to achieve success in life. We all want to be WINNERS. Where do you truly fall?
Vincent with HealthMoneySuccess and author of Unleash Your Maximum Potential created the below list.
33 Striking Differences Between Winners and Losers
Katie Scheer was named Vice President in November of 2006 after two successful years as the Director of Operations for ProSolutions. She leads the company operations, sales and marketing, network and revenue management, new customer initiatives, and corporate strategy.
Katie has been on the ProSolutions team since May, 2002. She started with the organization as an Operations & Project Manager, and then became the Strategic Operations Manager. While in these positions, she successfully assisted in the crafting, implementation, and execution of innovative company branding, service diversification, and strategy-supportive policies and procedures.
Katie previously served as Marketing and Strategy Manager for BUD Publishers. Prior to holding this position, Katie attended University of West Florida where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management. Katie currently resides in Orlando, Florida, with her husband, Chris, and two children, Cade and Courtney.
Contact: Katie Scheer
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