Our real competition.

When we finish school or graduate from university, we tend to compare our progress with our peers. We become competitive trying to achieve what they achieve.

This is nothing but a path to jealousy.

This is a distorted view because the real competitor is not our peers. The real competitor is the pro in our field of work.

If I am a designer, my competitor is the best professional designer out there. I’m competing him/her.
If I want to improve that’s the competition I should subscribe.

When you subscribe to that competition you compete with yourself to be better, do better. To be better than last month. That’s a worthy opponent, not your batch mate.

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