Victim or Victorious Mindset
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1. The victim believes the whole world is against them. The victor believes the whole world needs them.
2. The victim sees a challenge as an obstacle. The victor considers the obstacle to be an opportunity.
3. The victim blames others for their failure. The victor takes personal responsibility for success or failure.
4. The victim depends on handouts from others to succeed. The victor makes do with what they already have to succeed.
5. The victim is never satisfied and is always looking for something more. The victor is grateful for what they already have and build upon that to succeed in life.
6. The victim feels like everybody owes them something. The victor believes nobody owes them anything.
7. The victim lives off other people. The victor lives to bless other people.
8. The victim will end his days bitterly. The victor will end his days satisfied.
9. The victim only sees closed doors. The victor only sees open doors.
10. The victim spreads a negative attitude to others. The victor spreads a positive attitude.
11. The victim is pessimistic. The victor is optimistic.
12. The victim gives up quickly if they fail. The victor doesn’t quit until they succeed.
13. The victim has few real friends. The victor empowers and makes many friends.
14. The victim repels people. The victor attracts people.
15. The victim is always fighting for “their rights.” The victor lives to champion the rights of others.
16. The victim has a critical spirit and is judgmental of others. The victor blesses others.
17. The victim imagines people are against him. The victor envisions the people that are for him.
18. The victim plays on the emotions of others. The victor releases the passion of others.
19. The victim uses people for what they can get from them. The victor is a catalyst who maximizes the potential of others.
20. The victim has faith in evil to make things worse. The victor has faith in God to make things better.
(statements written by Joseph Mattera)