Let’s face it, everyone quoting from a book can instantly add credibility to your argument no matter what your argument may actually be. No matter how inane a conversation may be their could always be a zinger backed by someone putting in a book to make your opponent shut their trap faster the a bear trap backfiring. So for all your debates, fantasy team breakdowns, science fiction what if’s and any other conversations that could use a book like this to help end it all.
This book and it’s author is not to be held responsible in the effects of any arguments won, cases finished, job interviews or political elections that you may win, lose or otherwise be a part of throughout your life.
When you need it all you have to do is quote it and open this document to the page to prove that yes someone actually put all of these in a book. By the time they figured out what happened all they can do is get one for themselves and leave you to eat your well seasoned victory.
So crack the cover and get to reading some new verbal ammunition. Mull some of the thoughts and even how they correspond in your life and enjoy the book.
Spirit of Competition
The edge of our great species can be found in the vast wealth of things where we can get in to serious game mode, board games, politics, independent contracts, sweepstakes and more. Rock, paper, scissors has a pro league and if the thought of that does not make your head ring then I do not know what will.
Overly competitive people will often not understand the reasons behind some things. From runners to pro gamers overly competitive people will not understand the reasons behind some things, and as long as they feel the thrill along the way over everything else. Before you try to walk away level some of these bombs to get your point across.
“Without competition, how can you test yourself?”
“I would be rather be the worst man fighting against legends then the best man fighting fools.”
“Never anger a gentle men in competition for it is the only place to see why they are gentle without repercussions.”
“The charm of competition is letting your base nature out and everyone should know their own.”
“The worst thing you can do no matter the battle is awaken the storm when the winds are calm.”
“The greater the reward, the greater the drive needed.”
“Never think someone cannot beat you. When you do you will be at your weakest.”
“Be your best so win or lose you will know where you stand.”
“Winning fairly and winning honorably are night and day. Fairly gets the job done while those remembered for it.”
“Even on your best day you can lose.”
“A hard loss feels like a heavy wound, but the best use those wounds to push further in their training.”
“To make progress, to compete in anything you must fight.”
“The venom of a loser mocked is a powerful weapon.”
“It is not youth nor age that matters, but how to act and react.”
“Looking past an opponent can make you blind to a loss.”
“If people understood what impossible was then many more would at least try.”
“On any day the greatest champion can be put down by a novice.”
“Before you compete, ask yourself why you will do so. To win an event is a much different play style then overall growth.”
“An opponent tempered by hard losses can turn a simple choice in to the fight of your life.”
“The road to your goals will end with you fighting against your worst qualities.”