Rate this: +4 -4 Ashu said: Jan 31, 2015 Hey I completely agree with this point. Yes, it is truth that winning isn't everything but if we didn't get anything after participation, it will totally useless and if there isn't any target then we keep moving and moving in the space. Winners get everything and losers get nothing, that is how I look at it. In this process if they fail to get a good score, scores help them to know where the undermine is, and they work on it to improve it. Rate this: +3 -1 Tarun Manhas said: Jun 3, 2017 Well, friends the topic in discussion here is forcing us to focus deeply on the root level of games and sportsmanship.
Winners have the luxury implementing long-term strategies and planning for orderly succession. The company had hired us to advise it in its first business-to-business reverse auction. The minds of people were filled with war and the everyday challenges of life xi. My answer to this is of-course winning is not every thing the high score you got today may not be useful to got the today's cup but it will surely it will became a great inspiration for others and every one will get the result for their work so no matter on winning the current situation winning in your life is actually the great thing. Rate this: +3 -2 Niku said: Mar 19, 2015 Because if you don't keep the score, it means that you have already accepted the defeat without even giving it a try and there can be nothing worse than this. By winning, you know you did what you were supposed to do, your methods were sound and you have a blue print for success moving forward. I think game without score is same as ship without radar.
If you want to achieve your goals, it simply means that you have to take proper steps at the right time. The reality is that every athletes cared for themselves during the competition to win and bring pride and glory to the country and themselves, they are not selfish, they are just displaying competitiveness. The sacrifices these people made are what made flight nowadays possible. Both sides clearly wanted to win at any cost. That shows the spirit of players. Sport, at one time, was competion for the joy of competition.
This line is often blurred and has been for decades, if not millennia. As for keeping score, it's a way of determining how you need to improve and how you're already doing. The state of victory simply cannot exist without a state of defeat. Rate this: +13 -4 Aditya said: Sep 4, 2016 Games and sports are loved for their competition entertainment zeal and teamwork. It is the Desire to win that caused the failure. Our research has shown that if managers do not have time to simulate an entire deal, they can still help avoid missteps by imagining future regrets about overpaying. While we are competing, winning is very important.
Friends, winning and loosing never matters in any case on how much did you contribute in doing that task matters so much. So after everything winning doesn't matter. Winning in a game may be contributed through making sure your opponents get injured which is not right. For anyone who plays on a team, winning makes it easier to respect and listen to one another, because after all, if you win together, then the presumption is that everyone is a good player. May be for the history of the game and for it's survival too. First, consider circumventing competition entirely.
Scores define your performance, it reflects those areas where you lag so that you can work upon it and also highlights the areas where you excel. Rate this: +11 -3 Manish Giri said: Dec 8, 2017 Hi, guys, We will discuss it by an example of cricket. Rivalry As the Guidant case suggests, competitive arousal is most common—and most dangerous—when rivalry is intense. Which is integral to move forward whether in games or in life. Clearly everyone feels good about winning, while emotions sag at failure.
Another aspect to consider is the supporter satisfaction, and value for money - as they are the people who keep a football club alive. Competition is what makes us outstand from anyone else, it makes us feel special and better than other. If anyone play with enthusiasm and spirit he will certainly win the game. What if there is no concept of scores! There are different ways of interpreting the sentence anyway. When we play, we play to win.
And winning is the quickest way to make a connection with a sport. Rate this: +3 -9 Naresh said: Nov 30, 2016 A game is played between two nations not merely for fun but far beyond it. It was a futile attempt, though. To run with the hare and hold with the hound. I can give example, everyone know sir Thomas Alva Edison invented bulb, before this invention he fails many time. In every aspect of life we need scores go ahead. It'll also motivate an individual to fully utilize its energy and skills as well as to work hard to improve its performance.
Thus, in conclusion, winning may definitely not be everything, but score serves a bigger purpose- it reminds you that the game is still on. Rate this: +19 -12 Kunj said: Oct 10, 2015 In my opinion, winning is not everything but it is most of everything, when person strives for something with his whole heart and puts in efforts he deserves it and for that scores are must, even for the loser he gets to know where he lacks and can always improve as there is always a room for improvement. Everything must be going well right? Goals in life give you a certain direction. Rate this: +28 -6 Sahun said: Jun 17, 2015 Winning is the only thing, is it? Scores tell others that how consistent you are. Finally escaping the monotony of a day job, I could relax and enjoy life. To get going in sports, you need to be known or else you are replaced sooner than later.