Trump is a winner, there’s no denying that.

I know this because I’m a winner too, and I can smell my own kind.

There’s a mentality to being a winner that is hard for people who aren’t winners to truly comprehend – and as philosophical as this sounds, it’s simply because they’re not winners.

Now, there’s a difference between a winner and somebody who has won something…the biggest difference being that winners always work harder than those that aren’t cut from the same cloth.

Being a winner doesn’t just mean winning something; it means working hard to succeed at everything you do. Period.

That doesn’t mean you always have to “win” – it just means you have to REALLY try.

The cool thing is, the harder you try, the more you will win.

It’s about being having the attitude to succeed, even when all the odds are stacked against you.

It’s about staying ON the path…

And never wavering, even in defeat.

Here’s the attitude of a winner in a nutshell:

And Trump is a winner through and through.

He has the same mindset as Jocko, the American hero and patriot in the video, but instead of war and combat, Trump applies it to life, business, and making America great.

Another area that Trump has had unbelievable success in is parenting.

Trump has five kids. Four of them are adults and living their own lives, each with an incredible amount of success in their chosen fields of expertise.

But even better is the fact that none of them made tabloids growing up with their drug or alcohol-fueled bad behavior… unlike some Presidents we know, Right, W. and Biden?

Anyway, being the giver that he is, Trump has offered up some advice on how to win at being a parent by having successful kids.

When appearing on Dr. Gina Loudon’s show on Real America’s Voice network, the former president was asked how he raised such fine kids. Trump answered honestly, “I think you have to give them a lot of attention. I’ve been able to do that, despite being busy, to put it mildly. You have to talk to them; you have to be with them.”

However, with Trump, it’s the RIGHT kind of attention that matters.

Ivanka once said that he was an incredible father, and while he was always “very accessible and very available,” he wasn’t the kind of dad that was known for his nurturing touch.

“He was not really the type of – he wasn’t long on diaper changing and things like that,” Ivanka once told reporters.

Which surprises nobody. He was too busy conquering the world, ensuring he could give them the future he felt they deserved. Instead, he let his wives pick up the slack where he couldn’t.

The REAL Secret To Trump’s Parenting Success?

But there’s another factor that he attributes to his success…one that may have helped Joe Biden’s family in the long run if they had thought of it.

Trump said, “I always say also, you can have good children, but if they start with the drugs, alcohol, and I always add cigarettes, in there too, frankly. But I say now drugs, no alcohol, no cigarettes and I’ve said it for years to all of them to the point that they start going wild with it. You know, they don’t like it, but it really, so far, I think, has had a pretty good impact. I’ve seen some really good children go bad because they get hooked on drugs and alcohol, and you really just can’t let that happen, because when that happens, you’re dealing with a new ballgame.”

While you may or may not agree with him, you can’t argue with the results. So far, his kids have turned out to be fine upstanding members of society.

Can Biden say the same about Hunter?

The guy that just revealed his family had an intervention with him, ending with Joe running down the driveway crying his eyes out?

Maybe instead of trying to become a power-grabbing bureaucrat, Joe should have spent more time with his son?

Trump’s advice on parenting is solid – and he acknowledges that it takes a team.

Unity in the home.

Attention.

What a weird concept, right?

Or is it simply a “winning” concept?

You be the judge.

 

“Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.” – Carl Jung