Wikipedia defines Habits as routines of behavior that are repeated regularly, tend to occur subconsciously, without directly thinking consciously about them.
Dictionary.com defines Winning, in adjective form as successful or victorious acts, or the noun as the act of a person or thing that wins.
So, Winning Habits would be "subconscious behavior that routinely brings about successful acts without consciously thinking about them."
What Winning is not;
1. Winning is not about IQ, and while talent helps, it is not always necessary
2. Winning is not necessarily about starting out with more money
3. Winning is not about luck
4. Winning is not about education
5. Winning is not about being in the right place at the right time
There is a fine line between success and failure. Whether it is golf, football, or wall street, it is only a few strokes or points that separate the winners from the rest of the field.
Successful people win by developing good habits and disciplines...and never giving up. I said....NEVER GIVING UP.
Ben Franklin, at the age of 19, felt there were 13 virtues important to him and until his death at 76 he worked on improving one each week. His virtues were self-control, silence, order, determination, economy, productivity, truthfulness, justice, moderation, cleanliness, peace, chastity, and humility. For 57 years he worked on developing better habits surrounding these virtues; 228 times he paid specific attention to each of his virtues.
Undoubtedly this focus developed subconscious habits and greatly influenced his success.
What habits and disciplines are influencing your success? What habits do you need to develop "over" others you already have?
To that end....develop good habits and WIN!