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COMPETITION IN SPORTS AND THE USE OF STERIODS In order to succeed people must compete Competition can bring out the best in everyone During a single day people in some way compete with themselves or with others They compete to win a sporting event to get a raise or promotion in their workplace to receive the best grades on tests or homework assignments and to be the best at everything they do If there were no competition to bring out the best in us no one would succeed in life All people would be at the same level There would be no such word as best We would not even progress in technology because no one would want to invent something better We could still be using a candle for light because it would be sufficient There would be no need to invent electricity because no one would want to compete to invent something better than a candle Other inventions such as the telephone and computer may also have never been invented If there were no competition to better technology letters would be the most efficient way of communicating and the Internet wouldnt even exist Competition comes from many areas Children first learn of competition by watching and listening to their parents Parents always want their children to succeed and be the best at all they do They often reward the kids for doing a good job Some parents give money for As on report cards and some reward children by buying them a gift Coaches also push competition by encouraging the team members to practice in order to be the best that they can and win Competition can also come from oneself People often push themselves to be successful They set goals and work toward them Competition starts at a very young age and lasts throughout life Children always compete with other children about who has the best toys
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