In this episode of the, It’s Not What It Seems, I’ll share an audio article titled, An Urge Worth Fighting. I wrote this article to help you think differently about competition. I talk about an urge that affects just about everyone, and how a new understanding of this urge might improve your life and wellbeing. It’s easy to miss the point that I’m trying to make about competition here. So I’ll be transparent and state it now. I don’t think competition is bad. I think being a blanket-advocate for competition is bad. So what I’m suggesting in this article is that you can’t treat competition equally across the board. I’ll share why in the article.
You can follow along with this article word for word: http://bit.ly/UrgeWorthFighting
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LINKS & RESOURCES:
Read Peter Thiel’s Saturday Essay: http://bit.ly/Competition4Losers
Listen to Annie Duke on #INWIS: http://bit.ly/AnnieDukeWisdom
Check out my article on The Hope Model: http://bit.ly/HopeModel
BOOKS FROM EPISODE:
Zero to One by Peter Thiel: http://bit.ly/ZeroToOneThiel
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