Mar

12

 I have used Roger Federer several times as a metaphor or example of markets excellence. Everything the man does to prepare himself for victory is first class. But what has not been mentioned before (because of the rarity of such an event) is how he handles himself after defeat:

"That's not the way it is. A guy put me away when he had to. He played a perfect match in the end. He didn't give me any more chances. He served well. He didn't give me any unforced errors and I was just playing too poorly in the end to come back. So the right guy won today. That's just a fact."

Take the loss and move on.


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