Take Roger Federer and Tiger Woods. Most consider them the top in their game...tops of all-time.
Still earlier this year Woods didn't even make the cut for the British Open. And just last Monday Federer lost the US Open after claiming the World Grand Slam in tennis a few months before.
It was hard for me to watch Federer walk off the court a "loser." But then I remembered something.
I remembered why we can't or shouldn't even want to ALWAYS win. Without loss as comparison, we would forget how sweet it is, the taste of victory.
So maybe at the end of the day, it is about whether we win or lose...Just not for the reasons we thought.