You might think that in order to be competitive you need to be ruthless; showing no compassion for your opponent. But Dr Bruce Lipton reveals how it’s the opposite that’s actually true. As he explains, the original definition of competition is ‘to strive together’.
If you play tennis and you’re really good, you don’t want to play with somebody who’s not good. It’s not going to help you do your game any better at all. You want to play with someone who’s better than you. If you want to improve, you have to improve against someone who’s better.
Bruce says that research on infants has shown that this knowledge is innate.
This is so fundamental to being human that an infant before two can clearly see if somebody’s helping or somebody’s not helping and that they have an affinity to the ones that help.
Over time, we’ve confused the true meaning of the word competition and we’ve lost our conscious connection to the power of compassion. From the biology of our cells outward, Bruce helps us remember.
About Our Guests:
Dr Bruce Lipton is a cellular biologist and author of many books including The Biology of Belief.