It’s not winning or losing that’s important, it’s how you play the game. I might have been known as a sore loser in my earlier days. Not much has changed since then, except I’m watching the games instead of participating in them.
Yoga and religions and self help books——- will tell us “practice but don’t be attached to the results”
Boy Oh Boy , what a challenging concept.
Take a few minutes in the morning, close your eyes sitting or laying down and focus on something that you really want. Then imagine that you don’t get it—at no fault of your own and then notice how that would make you feel . I bet it’s not nearly as bad as our fear of not getting IT.