Winning has various definitions. Whenever the definitions include others, then you don’t have control, and you can become victim to the actions of others. Yet, if winning is about you, about your and your team’s growth, about your values and actions aligning, then you can be in full control, then you can win. Winning is more about the progress from start to finish than the finishing point. Winning is more about the human connection and personal improvement made. Winning is determined by how you and how others feel rather than the actual actions themself. If you overcome an obstacle, that is winning. If you are still going even after it gets hard, that is winning. If you are still serving, even when no one values your contribution, that is winning. If you keeping taking proper action in the face of fear, grief, or pain – that is courage, and courage is the ultimate sign of winning.