Since my childhood, I have always enjoyed competition. Competition is motivating, one way or another. Competition makes us set goals to achieve.
I grew up with brothers and I wanted to throw a baseball, catch, and skate like they did. In the process of practicing catch or skating, we built deep relationships. Competition is engaging!
My mom may have beat me at every rummy game we played, but it was sweet to win a round along the way! Competition can either get you playing your best game or cause you to become destructive!
It is very easy to defeat someone, but it is not easy to win someone!
What is your motivation? Are to trying to beat the competition? OR, Are you trying to win business?
The stories I could tell to confirm my point are unending. It is shameful, the extent people go through to defeat the competition! Regularly, I am told of experiences that are simply wrong. At the end of the day, what you take from others by your manipulative craftiness, will not be as rewarding as the relationships that can be built.
Someone who has earned business by their quality of service, will have repeat clientele and referrals.
Someone who is a bully, will also earn a reputation.
I am committed to excellence. I work for my sellers and buyers and watch them achieve their goals! I see myself as a facilitator. By genuinely caring for people, it is natural to have their best interest at heart.
I want to love my life and feel good about myself at the end of the day!
Tina Plett, Sutton Group-Kilkenny