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I used to be very competitive. Far too competitive most would say. People didn't want to play games with me because I would get mean about it. I was a sore loser, and a sore winner, so afterward I was always either gloating or pouting. This hard truth about myself was brought to my attention many years ago, and I began to make strides to change how I responded to actual or perceived competition.
Today I had a lovely conversation with a client about having a competitive nature, and that got me thinking about my own journey and how I learned to be competitive in a healthy way.
Here's the thing, I don't believe that competition is a bad thing. It allows us to be challenged, to become better, and to do greater things. Many of our greatest accomplishments can come out of competition. The problem with competition, or a competitive nature is how many of us learn it. We are taught to strive to be better than everyone else. We must outdo, outshine, outsmart, outwit... That is where we have gone wrong
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