Creating your own wins in life is an essential aspect of personal growth and development. It is a mindset that allows you to take control of your life and achieve your goals.

When you create the momentum, you create the win. And here's why it's so important to create your own:

  1. You Define Success on Your Own Terms When you create your own wins, you define what success means to you. You set your own goals and determine what you want to achieve. By doing so, you don't have to measure up to anyone else's expectations. You're free to pursue your own dreams and ambitions, without feeling like you're not living up to someone else's standards. Not comparing ourselves to others is imperative when defining our own versions of success.

  2. You Build Confidence and Resilience Creating your own wins requires taking risks, learning from failures, and pushing past your limits. These experiences build confidence and resilience, which are essential for personal growth. Every time you achieve a goal or overcome an obstacle, you gain more confidence in your abilities. This newfound confidence and resilience can help you tackle even more significant challenges in the future.

  3. You Feel More Empowered When you create your own wins, you feel empowered to take control of your life. You're no longer a passive participant in your own story, but an active creator of your own destiny. This sense of empowerment can spill over into other areas of your life, leading to greater satisfaction and fulfillment.


Generally people like to dismiss how important it is to create small wins for yourself. Doesn't mean set too many realistic (always achievable) goals. It simply means that's your way of telling the universe you're going to win, because you're going to control your momentum.

You see people don't understand they create and destroy momentum by decisions and goals they do or don't do. So when we understand that our momentum leads to wins, we can more easily go create the momentum because we know the win will come.

So, keep creating momentum; create the wins.

April 03, 2023 — Justin Wegner

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