Competition is the spice of sports; but if you make spice the whole meal you'll be sick.
There are two kinds of people: Those who do the work and those who take the credit. Try to be in the first group because there is less competition there.
If you're able to be yourself, then you have no competition. All you have to do is get closer and closer to that essence.
When we are in competition with ourselves, and match our todays against our yesterdays, we derive encouragement from past misfortunes and blemishes. Moreover, the competition with ourselves leaves unimpaired our benevolence toward our fellow men.
World trade means competition from anywhere; advancing technology encourages cross-industry competition. Consequently, strategic planning must consider who our future competitors will be, not only who is here today.
Thank God for competition. When our competitors upset our plans or outdo our designs, they open infinite possibilities of our own work to us.
Focus on competition has always been a formula for mediocrity.
Fierce competition is usually better news than no competition. At least you know there's something worth fighting over.
We always tend to play up to the level of our competition and play down to the level of our competition.