It’s an easy mistake to assume that competition in life is always healthy, but that is definitely not the case. That’s why people who don’t have as much of a heart to compete have advantages in life and the opportunity to be more successful. The Harvard Business Review and other outlets have made strong cases against obsessing over competition in life.
- The person who doesn’t obsess about competition often wants others to find success as well as themselves.
- Competition in life adds a lot of unneeded frustration.
- People who compete often do so in large part to satisfy their egos.