• Michael Dahdal

Always Playing Defence

Updated: Dec 15, 2020



Too often we get caught only playing defence.


Fending people off, reacting, just going with their flow


Trying to keep our heads above water -


Playing not to lose, instead of playing to win.


You see, playing to win, has nothing to do with outcome


It’s an attitude.


It’s the difference between being reactive and proactive


The difference between being passive and being active.


Playing to win means being intentional and setting the tone -


Have a clear view of the path forward and then getting at it.


Playing defence will keep you in the game


But it’s exhausting


And it won’t move you forward.


So if you’re finding yourself on the back foot all the time, now might be the time to switch up the game plan a little and get on the front foot


Don’t wait for the game to come to you


Go out there and take the game to them.


Know yourself. Know your opponent. Know the time and know the place.


And stop sitting on the sidelines just hoping things will change


Find a way to get yourself in the game


And then stay there until the final whistle.


Play hard, have no regrets.


Whatever game it is you’re playing, you may as well play to win


This is living.

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