Be more competitive without being combative
Do you wish you were more competitive? Does it sometimes seem that the other guy gets ahead all the time? Would you like to really champion your own ideas and be more forceful and driven to succeed and actualize your dreams? Do you want to strive to win?
The purpose of this session is to motivate your mind to drive more towards the goals you want to achieve. Maybe you had picked up along the way ideas such as 'nice people' don't drive themselves forward ahead of others. The fact is that you can be hugely ambitious and driven with a strong competitive force within you and be a decent human being and want what is good for everybody.
Healthy competition is a powerful motivator
Competitiveness is like a motor which powers you on. You want to be better than others and do better than others because you have self respect and take satisfaction in doing absolutely the best job you can do. Being competitive doesn't have to mean treading all over others or putting other people down - it just means you working hard to get ahead of the field. What the rest of the 'field' does is down to them.
Social conditioning and competitiveness
Some people feel it's bad to be competitive. 'Don't be too pushy!' They have learnt from others that it is somehow unkind or inconsiderate to forge ahead of others. They feel that we should all be mutually supportive, that it's wrong to 'thrust yourself forward' and want to be the best and that competition leads to inequality.
But these very same people will happily reap the rewards of years of fierce competition when they: take medicines, drive their car, watch a movie, eat at a particular restaurant and enjoy sports. None of these necessities and pleasures is possible without the instinctive drive to perform at your best and be the best. Medicinal knowledge and life saving surgical innovation came about because of prolonged and intense competition (1)
Being competitive and helping others
In other words we don't have to be competitive at the expense of others but as way of bringing improving the life of everybody around us because when you improve things you improve them for everyone. The world is more 'connected' than ever before. The 'digital revolution' and the lowering of trade and political barriers means that a business man in New York can work with people in India and supply to other people in Western Europe without meeting any of these people face to face. Researchers in medicine can work and share information with other researchers all around the world because of the new technology. Make no mistake these researchers and business leasers have maximum competitive drive but the fruits of their competitive drive will help everyone.
Of course knowing how to be competitive doesn't mean you always have to be competitive. Having to beat a three year old in a running race because you 'have a competitive nature' just shows lack of generosity. This session focuses on you becoming more competitive where it will really count in your life-where it is needed.
Download Be Competitive now and get yourself into full throttle toward your destination.
(1) See the excellent 'The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine James Le Fanu' for an excellent description of how lone effort and competitiveness by the few benefited the many.
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