177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class
“True champions have class, and they consistently conduct themselves in a manner congruent with their self-image. While amateur performers publicly gloat in their victories and agonize in their defeats, professional performers tend to keep a low profile during times of great success, and during times of failure. Another hallmark of the great ones is their humility after triumph.
They tend to project themselves in the same manner whether they are winning or losing. When they win, they love to share the credit with the team, and when they lose, they assume 100% responsibility. This high-class approach to performance opens door which propel champions to even greater success. The great ones like to associate and do business with people who know how to handle themselves, especially in adverse situations under pressure. This is one of the primary distinctions between the upper class and the world class. The ego-driven upper class must win at any cost; the spirit driven world class insists on following a strict code of ethics.
The great ones have the character to do what's right, and they do it all with class.”
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Quotes from: Steve Siebold, 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class (Hong Kong: London House, 2005), page 19.