Competition Quotes and Sayings

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The only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday.

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They wanna see you do good, but never better than them. Remember that.

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Everybody loves you until you become competition.

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There’s never a need to worry that someone will outshine us. It’s not a competition. We all need to shine as bright as we can, in our own unique way. It’s not possible for there to be too much light in this world. Shine and let shine.

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Stop competing with others. Start competing with yourself.

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Look in the mirror, that’s your competition.

Competition Quote: Look in the mirror, that’s your competition.

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I am in competition with no one. I run my own race. I have no desire to play the game of being better than anyone, in any way, shape or form. I just aim to improve, to be better than I was before. That’s me and I’m free.

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Competition brings out the best in products and the worst in people.

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Competition in business is a blessing, for without it, we wouldn’t improve.

Submitted by: Nabil N. Jamal
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Competition motivates and drives people to excel, and enables people to learn and benefit from their strengths and weaknesses.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competition builds character and produces stronger determination, despite the stresses and pressures of competition.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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The toughest competition is competing with yourself – to try to be better than what you have performed or achieved.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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The more you learn and strengthen yourself, the more competitive you are and you are more likely to have a better destiny.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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A competitive person is always a winner. An uncompetitive person is always a loser.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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We live in a world that is competitive in spirit and action. We cannot run away from competition, and we have to pay a heavy price for being uncompetitive.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competition is a way of life – we all compete, consciously or unconsciously, with the muscles of knowledge, tactics or tricks.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competition is a process of selecting the strong, distributing the rewards, and ignoring the weak in human society.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competition is amoral, ruthless and cruel – moral principles and ethical standards are compromised. And it is a civilized way of bullying the weak, the underprivileged and the poor.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competition brings out the best in people – it makes people work more diligently, effectively, creatively and innovatively. Competition also brings out the worst in people–people do not hesitate to act unscrupulously and immorally in order to win.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Educational achievement provides a competitive edge in all areas of life, but not all educated and intelligent people are necessarily competitive.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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The desire and will to compete and win make a true competitor. A truly competitive individual has a stronger desire and will to be successful than the average people.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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A competitive mind produces ambition, commitment, determination and persistence – and a strong competitor never stops learning, educating and improving himself.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Hardworking and motivated people who have the knowledge and ability to compete are often the winners.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Lazy and unmotivated people who do not learn and prepare enough to be competitive are often left behind.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee
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Competitiveness – the inclination to compete – is more a learned behavior than an innate instinct.
Dr T.P.Chia

Submitted by: Ivy Lee

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