The culmination of every football season ends with the Superbowl game. This year's Superbowl was between seasoned contenders and an underdog team. I've always been a fan of the underdog. Underdogs tend to fly under the radar. No one seems to pay them any attention until it's too late. However, underdogs and seasoned contenders must have a winning strategy. Years of opposition, failure, disappointment, and desperation can create a winning strategy. Just like years of proper training and execution can create a winning strategy as well. Sometimes, the best lessons are when we learn not what to do, but what not to do. When this lesson is implemented properly, the momentum is undeniable. Success in life requires us to plan, prepare, and learn from our past mistakes. Everyone loves to win, but everyone is not willing to do what it takes to implement a winning strategy.