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Why You Have To Take Competition

The Purpose Of Competition Policy

Competition is an essential element in the efficient working of markets. It brings important benefits to the consumer by: Competition policy seeks to encourage and improve the competitive process, and to ensure consumers feel the benefits of that...

The Importance Of Competition In Sport And In Life

There is a misconception that competition is bad; that self-esteem will be affected if a child loses. BUT to lose, is not to be a Loser. If a child can experience the thrill of winning and the disappointment of losing early in life through competi...

The Importance Of Competition

Why Competition? Competing is one method to develop a number of individual qualities including self-confidence, creativity, the ability to interact in group settings, listening to and applying construction criticism as well as learning how to work...

The Role Of Competitions In Education

In this paper, I investigate the role of competitions in education, especially in modern education. I begin with a brief, historically inclined, overview of education and competition separately. Then I trace some developments in the role of compet...

Competition Teaches Children An Important Lesson: Life Isn't Fair

I’ll never forget the day my mum sat me down and explained that life wasn’t fair, that my sister had trounced me at Snakes and Ladders, and that sometimes it wasn’t just the taking part that counted. It was a difficult lesson to learn, in part bec...

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Why You Have To Take Competition

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