It’s easier to win an argument over a dinner you’re paying for.
I don’t care if it’s a preseason game or not. You want to win.
The eminent strategy had won yesterday,but defeat will be felt by enemy tomorrow.
When a great team loses through complacency, it will constantly search for new and more intricate explanations to explain away defeat. After a while it becomes more innovative in thinking up how to lose than thinnking up how to win.
If you can cope the pride when winning,then you can confront despair when lose.
If you think you don’t have enemies, then they have won.
Law is made by the winner to preserve victory over the loser.
We cannot win in team situations or in relationships by ourselves. It is like trying to pick up a pencil with only one finger…Even if that one finger is extremely strong, it will prove almost impossible to pick up that pencil unless you use your other fingers or some other part of your hand. Teamwork...
You never pull the trigger until you know you can win.
We were excited to win, staying undefeated is just the icing.
I try to tell a story that’s good enough to win the right to integrate eternal themes into it. If it’s poorly written or comes across as a sermon, then obviously you don’t reach people, because they’re aware that you’re imposing something on a story that isn’t innate to it.
People run away from the love game because they know they won’t win the race.
I was the first critic ever to win a Tony – for co-authoring ‘Elaine Stritch at Liberty.’ Criticism is a life without risk; the critic is risking his opinion, the maker is risking his life. It’s a humbling thought but important for the critic to keep it in mind – a thought he can only...
I’m not good enough for you. But no one is. And most men, good or bad, have limits to what they would do, even for someone they love. I have none. No God, no moral code, no faith in anything. Except you. You’re my religion. I would do anything you asked. I would fight, steal,...
A battle is won by the side that is absolutely determined to win. Why did we lose the battle of Austerlitz? Our casualties were about the same as those of the French, but we had told ourselves early in the day that the battle was lost, so it was lost.
All the fires of hell could burn for a thousand years and it wouldn’t equal what I feel for you in one minute of the day. I love you so much there is no pleasure in it. Nothing but torment. Because if I could dilute what I feel for you to the millionth part, it...
All contests are unfair; you just have to win them.
I’m quite a competitive person, so I do quite like to win.