We’re no strangers to competition.

Think back to our school days, when we were all competing for the highest grades.

What did you think of the A students in the classroom?

If you were an A student yourself, you were probably competing to stay on top.

If you were a B student (or lower) with a desire to succeed, I bet you felt a burning desire to break free from the B and climb to the top.

The way to succeed isn’t just to compete—it’s key to learn from your competition.


Written by lyceum
78 days ago

Richard: I don't think about so called "competitors," but I will use this post as I am developing my upcoming site on my passion for tea, book writing, self-publishing, new media, etc.

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