Great blogpost from my friend John Drumgoole Jr.
In life, there will be first-place winners, second-place and runners-up. It would be nice if the only competition were ourselves, but the world just doesn’t operate like that. Our parents did an awesome job when we were younger defining winning. They had a way of making us feel like we were the best just for competing, but the reality is – competition is fierce.
One of our greatest competitions is the race against intervals. This affects us all. It is the race against windows of opportunity and the timing patterns that affect change and growth. If you hit the nail on the head, you could reap tremendous rewards. If your timing is a bit off, the scale will be marginal.
We also compete against each other on a daily basis, whether we do it unconsciously or consciously. Think about it. If you are a single man trying to get that…
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