3 Powerful Tips for Eliminating Competition from Your Life
By Tony Mase
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In the book for which he's best known, his classic masterpiece "The Science of Getting Rich", Wallace D. Wattles wrote:

"... the desire of Substance is for all, and its movements must be for more life to all; it cannot be made to work for less life to any, because it is equally in all, seeking riches and life."

"Intelligent Substance will make things for you, but it will not take things away from some one else and give them to you."

"You must get rid of the thought of competition. You are to create, not to compete for what is already created."

"You do not have to take anything away from any one."

"You do not have to drive sharp bargains."

"You do not have to cheat, or to take advantage. You do not need to let any man work for you for less than he earns."

"You do not have to covet the property of others, or to look at it with wishful eyes; no man has anything of which you cannot have the like, and that without taking what he has away from him."

"You are to become a creator, not a competitor..."

Now...

Although this concept of creation vs. competition is certainly simple enough, it's a consistent source of confusion to many.

I frequently receive questions that usually begin with...

"I'm a __________..."

Indicating what they do for a living...

Followed by something like...

"How can I possibly be successful at what I do without competing?"

Good question. :-)

And...

The answer is simple...

Do *exactly* as Wallace D. Wattles said to do...

Become a creator, not a competitor!

How do you do that?

Here are three powerful tips that'll help you become a creator...

And thus...

Totally eliminate competition from your life...

Powerful Tip #1 - Don't start out by setting yourself up in advance to compete.

People frequently tell me things like...

"I want to be the #1 __________"...

Or...

"I want to be the best __________"...

Or...

"I want to be the greatest __________"....

Or...

"I want to be the richest __________".

Anytime you make a statement similar to any of these, essentially making your getting what you want contingent on "beating" someone else, you immediately open the door to conscious or unconscious acts, however unintentional they might be, that will prevent someone else from getting what they want or, even worse, take something away from someone else that rightfully belongs to them, thereby immediately inhibiting your creative power and throwing yourself directly into the open arena of competition.

Powerful Tip #2 - Focus on what you're doing, *not* on what everyone else is doing.

If your focus is on what everyone else is doing...

Guess what?

You'll end up copying what everyone else is doing...

And place yourself right in the midst of competition.

On the other hand...

If you totally ignore what everyone else is doing and put your entire focus on looking for new and innovative ways of doing what you do, you'll open the door to the realm of creation.

In his book "The Personal Power Course", Wallace D. Wattles wrote:

"There are ten thousand times ten thousand different ways of doing everything; and nothing is being so well done but that there is a better way of doing it yet undiscovered."

Now...

Ten thousand times ten thousand different ways is a whole heck of a lot of different ways, isn't it?

Sure is!

However...

You'll never even find just one of them if you're focused on what everyone else is doing instead of on what you're doing.

Powerful Tip #3 - Put *YOU* into every single little thing that you do.

You know what...

There's *only* one special, unique *you* and when you put your special uniqueness into every single little thing that you do, you instantly set yourself apart from everyone else.

I can easily think of dozens of examples of those who've done just this, that I could share with you, however there's one who *really* stands out in my mind...

The late, great Steve Irwin...

Best known as the infamous "Crocodile Hunter".

Steve Irwin was a perfect example of someone who put his own special uniqueness into every single little thing that he did.

After the shocking news of his untimely passing, one of the most frequent comments I heard from the so-called "expert" commentators on various news programs was that Steve Irwin was the "real deal", referring to all the others who'd come since as "wannabes".

Hmmm...

Do you want to be known as the "real deal"...

Or...

Just another "wannabe"?

The choice is yours...

Choose to become a creator, not a competitor!

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Tony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles and the publisher of "The Science of Abundant Life" ebook by Wallace D. Wattles...
For "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles together with Wallace D. Wattles' "The Science of Being Well", "The Science of Being Great", "How to Promote Yourself", "The New Science of Living and Healing" and "Hell-fire Harrison", Click Here
"A Powerful Life: The Lost Writings of Wallace D. Wattles" by Wallace D. Wattles
"Jesus: The Man and His Work" by Wallace D. Wattles
"The Personal Power Course" by Wallace D. Wattles

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