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I salute competetors in the business because ... from their critic I am learning new things for ever and then will get success with advanced techniques.

competition is nice. it challenges us, right?.. competition makes the business alive. it motivates us to create a unique strategies for business' productivity. it encourages us to apply our knowledge in management functions, which is planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, and budgeting.. those functions can really helps a lot with advanced techniques to attain success.

Shell I then also critic my competitors, because if I critic them, they will learn from my critics, and will become better, and then they will have even better critiques for me, and I will learn even more!I salute competetors in the business because ... from their critic I am learning new things for ever and then will get success with advanced techniques. Outsourced competition won't waste time on criticizing you. They will just take away all your customers. If the market is considered a battlefield, which in a way it is, then by taking the advice from the ancient China general of how to master 'the art of war', we can see that we should never reveal our strengths to our enemies (which competitors are in this case), not even when they are weaker, as even then it will make our position more difficult. Critique them only after you have gained at least slight advantage in the market. You don't want to make competing player stronger if he is already stronger then you.

You indeed should do that. However, what will you do if your competitors do not critique you? Then you are making them stronger, but they are not making you stronger. You will have to figure out what to do better on your own.





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