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LIME customer Lucille Worrell,receives her prize cheque from Jeffrey Baptiste, Country Manager for LIME in Dominica Photo via

UPDATED:LIME customer Lucille Worrell from Fond Cole, Dominica is the Caribbean’s newest MILLIONAIRE!!! She is the Grand Prize Winner of LIME Million Dollar Christmas draw.

Lucille’s New Year got off to an incredible start today (January 9), when she emerged as LIME’s grand prize winner in the final draw of undoubtedly the most spectacular Christmas promotion in the Caribbean. She was one of 300 LIME customers from across the region who qualified for the Grand Prize Draw after winning weekly prizes in the promotion which began in mid November.

Lucille was entered in the draw after she paid her fixed line bill in full and on time and won an iPod nano and now, the rest is history.

According to, Worrell was in tears on receiving the good news of her US$1 million dollar win equivalent to EC$2.67 million.

“It’s so amazing because people were saying the winner would never come from Dominica and we proved them wrong” said Marketing Executive of LIME Dominica, Ferdina Frampton as she express her excitement.

The question that’s on everyone mind – What will Lucille do with US$1 million dollars?

To enter the weekly prize draws, customers can sign-up for a new service or upgrade an existing service; pay their bill in full and on time; text “Win” to LIME (5463) at a cost of $1.00 per text; or top-up by $20 or more.

Prepaid mobile customers who top-up by $20 or more also get a chance to win credit up to $200 instantly.
Each weekly winner who successfully answers a LIME skills test question qualifies to enter the regional grand prize draw for US$1 million dollars.

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In anything you do in life there is always the risk of losing. Unfortunately, if you look around the internet and in most book stores you will find a variety of books and articles written on how to win – but only a few on losing. I can understand that no one wants to be a loser, but everyone can’t be a winner. And until you can accept this realization – you’re going to have a tough time accepting everything that doesn’t go in your favor.

You know what I’ve come to realize, winning is sometimes easy – losing on the other hand is hard. So why aren’t there more books on how someone can cope with losing?

What do you do:

  • when you screwed up?
  • Sure you should learn from your mistakes, but what does that mean?
  • Should you feel bad emotions when you lose to condition your brain against getting the same result another time?

——- Personal Note ——-

It means there is no reason to interpret failure as a negative event. Unless you throw up your hands and give up, then any given failure only brings you closer to success. The problem occurs when we subconsciously believe that a given failure becomes a permanent part of us. We have a tendency to make past failures into a part of our identity. “Who am I?… Oh yeah I’m that guy who sucks at doing my job.” 🙁

The kind of conditioning those results is not helpful. We place a disproportionate amount of importance on avoiding the emotional sting of failure that it often prevents us from trying anything again. So often people deny themselves a chance at what they want because they cannot face the prospect of the emotional sting of losing.

How much it hurts depends on how much you let the loss define you. If you are aware that your identity cannot be defined by ANY events in your life, then loss or failure does not hurt. As soon as you can stop feeding the emotional response to failure with compulsive thinking, it has no negative effect on future attempts. You never have a choice but to continue your life from where you are. So there is never a good reason to lament on failure.

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