Competition Vs Competition
Hi friends… This blog is Competition vs Competition belongs to all of us. Competition is everywhere means getting into admission in school to job, everywhere we face lot of competition and if you want to succeed in life you have to be very good at every aspect. My blog want to tell you what real competition for us . Like when I was preparing IIT GATE in 2011-12 , we have so many frnds who want to do good at IIT but only deserving one get the admission and we have to accept. When I was entered the class room I don’t know the single one but when I finished my coaching we all knew each other well. Some one special is very close to my heart and he taught me many lessons and today I m here because of his attitude and so much friendliness behavior. We were three fnds and other also wants to join our group but we three are too good. We never talked about competition or result or anything else we all are doing good in our own business and finally we cracked IIT GATE and now successfully running our life. Now we are talking about the competition , what is this ?? where it is?? More than 10lakhs student going to give this exam every year but they are not the real competitor for me or any one else. We are the one who is real obstacle for us . It really depends upon us how we tackle our own problems. People are not our problems, today we have someone next time some one else come and it will be remain for rest of the life but if we win our self , if we overcome our problems means half the battle we won. MY points does not related to IIT GATE , its all about Competition which we are going to face in our life throughout. We can not run , we have to face the battle and should try to win it. Failure is an option but giving up is not.
In a competition, you have to try to get the best out of you. This is because of the inherent instinct to better each other, to be one to win, to succeed . In a study very similar to my own experience, cyclists were asked to pedal stationery bikes at their personal best speeds. Next they were asked to repeat the exercise, this time with a projected outline image of another cyclist also pedaling. They were not told that the projected images were of their own selves in the previous exercise . Now the cyclists, thinking they were competing against a closely matched rival, increased their speed of the rival. What a beautiful competition – the one with your own self, rather than against another. This is the border line where we have to work own our self to get succeed and make proud others.
Competition is a double edged sword- it brings out the best and worst in anyone. And though we can blame nature for this instinct, nurture is equally responsible. We teach children the virtues of competitiveness early, pushing them to perform and demonstrate superiority over others, convinced we have each given bith to a unique genius. From nursery to college entrances and job interviews, we are led to believe that getting privileged positions means displacing others. This leads to insecurities and fears, which may lead to unfair, dishonest practices- into decompetition. If you are capable and having all skills nobody and never will stop you to reach where you want. You have to show the hunger towards your dream.
True competition is about growth and betterment, it has the potential to enhance and enrich lives. A truly competitive challenge is about growing, bettering and prospering together- competing with, rather than against another. The end result of a competition should be that all have striven to push themselves and become better. That is the true competition for all. And true competition also teaches one to stay centered, sympathetic and balanced in the face of success or failure.
Here I am closing my blog , hopefully it will help you to understand the competition.