If you want to learn how to harness the power of competition to reveal your greatest self, you’ve come to the right place! Every week, we’ll hear from athletes, psychologists, entrepreneurs, and everyday competitors about the power of competition both on and off the field. Jake Thompson, the Chief Encouragement Officer at Compete Every Day, is back in full force, bringing you exciting interviews every Tuesday. If you were a fan of the Better Than Yesterday podcast, you’ll notice we’ve rebranded for Season 2 to the Compete Every Day podcast to better reflect our mission this time around. If you’re a newcomer, stick around to find out how to tap into your limitless potential (and don’t forget to check out Season 1).
We’re always looking to hear from our listeners. Feel free to email Jake at email@example.com with comments, questions, suggestions, and more. You can also join our Facebook group, “Compete Every Day Community” to find like-minded people seeking to reach their goals. If you’re a fan of our podcast, don’t forget to share it with your friends and help them harness the power of competition, too!
What You’ll Learn…This Season:
- Get out of your comfort zone and push yourself further than you think is possible
- Harness the power of competition to succeed in everyday life
- Set goals to help you improve every single day
- Learn how to reveal your best self through competition
- Identify the tools you need to compete against yourself and come out stronger
“I want you to harness the power of competition to win at work, to reach your goals, and to be a winner at life.” – Jake Thompson
“That’s what competition is about. It’s revealing your true inner greatness. It’s not what you think you’re capable of, but what you’re truly capable of. And what you’re truly capable of is always farther, higher, and better than what you think you’re capable of.” – Jake Thompson
“We have a bad habit of underselling ourselves and not believing in our true potential and that’s the beauty of competition. That’s the one thing I love most about it. The beauty of it is it’s competing with yourself.” – Jake Thompson