Embrace Healthy Competition In Service Of Mastery
Competition can be useful if channeled expertly. Competing with ourselves – as distinguished from “against” ourselves – in creating personal bests is a worthwhile goal.
If you’re an athlete, do you track your time? If a business professional, your finances? If a student, your grades?
What do you find it useful to track, and what is the attitude that you bring to tracking? I recommend that you embrace competition in service of mastery.
Think about how you can increase the quality and quantity of what you do by focusing your intention on specific improvement. Not rocket science, yet not something that most of us have done regularly either. Let me know how it goes.