My 12-year-old son Will has been playing competitive golf for about a year. He is a perfectionist. This characteristic started back in Kindergarten. When he would clean out his backpack, he would throw away every graded paper that was not a 100. He is the same way on the golf course, meticulous and precise about everything, from lining up a shot or a putt to how he addresses the ball. The root of this is…he wants to win and win every time! He is creating a winning atmosphere in his head—removing everything that is not perfect or flawed and creating winning habits. Winning is a concept we all want to feel at the end of the month or end of the year. What winning habits are you creating in your work life and what habits do you need to remove? Like Will does, we need to focus on winning habits, remove flawed or even distracting impediments from our plan to be successful and win.