Summary of Winning by Life Lessons
- The Unforgiving Race to Greatness
- Narrated by: Ross Pipkin
- Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
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This is an unofficial summary and analysis of Winning by Tim S. Grover, designed to enrich your reading experience.
Life Lessons is wholly responsible for this content, and is not associated with the original author in any way.
Winning is the ultimate gamble on ourselves. Winning drives us forward. It never lies, but it always hides the truth. It tells us everything we want is so close, and then laughs as it slams the door in our face. Winning is unforgiving. It shows us the best of who we are and the worst. If we manage to reach the top, winning will be there to greet us with open arms, just before it pushes us off the ledge to make room for someone else.
Grover talks about his 2013 book, Relentless: From Good to Great to Unstoppable, in which he talks about character traits of elite achievers, or Cleaners, as he puts it. In the book, he underlines how they think and act. All Cleaners have one thing in common: the ability to achieve the end result over and over. All of his clients, including MJ and Kobe, chased immortality and caught it. But the book failed to teach people just how to go about being relentless. This is where the winning comes to play.