Do people learn more from losing than from winning
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Winning gives motivation towards the person and encourages him to be continue on competing in a certain competition. Winning can also teach us to be more respectful for our opponents because we too have faced a time when we lose. It teaches us to be more matured and independent in making our own decisions.
Of course every single one of us has faced a time when we lose. And by learning from mistakes that we did helps us to become better, but as I said losing MULTIPLE times demotivates us and in the end creates stress. it would be better that the person to move on and focus on other things because clearly they are not good in that area.
Winning helps us to be wiser.
It doesn't mean that a person who win should think less as stated by my opponent. Of course in many ways they learn from what they did to win in something. And by winning give us the incentive to go further and climb higher to be the best.
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Vote Placed by Lt.Harris 2 years ago
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