When you think of competition, how do you react? What feelings and thoughts does it conjure up?
For many the word evokes feelings of failure, losing, or even humiliation. A competitive nature may not tolerate that another person won, leaving them bitter, angry and resentful. For others, the word elicits excitement, overzealousness to take on the challenge and be victorious at all costs, even if it means trampling others in the way. It can be about dominance, power and control.
Either extreme doesn’t seem positive. But does it have to be that way? Is competition all bad? Are there any benefits to it?
Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a dynamic discussion exploring the transformative potential of competition. Delve into the psychology and mechanics of healthy competition, uncovering its ability to drive personal growth, foster resilience, and ignite excellence. Discover how to harness competition as a motivational force, while also learning to navigate its potential pitfalls. In any area you are seeking to grow — whether in a relationship, as an entrepreneur, an athlete or someone involved in personal development — this class will equip you with the tools to embrace challenge and competition as a powerful catalyst for achievement and self-improvement. It will teach you how competition – healthy competition – can actually make you the best you can possibly be, drawing out your deepest strengths and helping you reach unprecedented heights.