The last marathon I ran had 27,000 runners. Of the 27,000 there were two winners—one male, one female. Technically, that would mean there were 26,998 losers! Yet, everyone who crossed the finish line at 26.2 miles acted like a winner. Why? Because success and failure wasn’t measured by who you beat, but by whether or not you endured and prevailed. How do you define success?