Reframing Competition and Collaborative Success

Competition is often painted in a negative light, seen as a barrier to progress rather than a catalyst for growth. In this episode, we discuss competition, explore and challenge how it is viewed. Friends, Mikelah and Chris, join me for this episode – demonstrating that a healthy competitive spirit can be the key to fostering collective advancement.

We explore how collaboration and competition can coexist, feeding into each other to drive collective progress. Sharing our personal journeys, we discuss how we overcame the challenges of negative collaborations and learned to trust our instincts. We emphasize the necessity of a collaborative mindset and shed light on how to thrive amidst competition.

Competition and collaboration, two seemingly opposing forces, can actually complement each other. By reframing competition as a tool for growth rather than a hurdle to success, we can unlock the full potential of collaboration. A cooperative approach to competition, rather than an adversarial one, can pave the way for collective advancement.

In conclusion, the episode encourages listeners to view competition not as a negative force, but as a catalyst for growth and collective success. By reframing our approach to competition, we can foster a culture of collaboration, empowering one another and transforming the narrative.

What are your thoughts on competition and collaboration?

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Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown is Founder & host of Carry On Friends one of the first podcasts dedicated to the Caribbean American Experience. She is leading the way for Caribbean Podcast as the founder of Breadfruit Media, the first Caribbean podcast production company; and founder of the Caribbean Podcast Directory a place to discover podcasts by people of Caribbean Heritage.