Agence France-Presse Read Time: Real earned the chance to win their third Champions League in a row after Karim Benzema's double strike and desperate last-minute defending gave them a draw on the night and a victory over the two legs of the semi-final. Real have already seen bitter rivals Barcelona win the Spanish league this seasonbut Zidane said Europe's premier competition always brings the best out of his club, who have won it 12 times.
Is Competition good for kids? Others say it can destroy self-esteem and lead to resentment. We sought a few words of wisdom from those who have had something to say on the subject … Bad: Most of us were raised to believe that without competition we would all become fat, lazy, and mediocre.
And I used to think that competition could be healthy and fun if we kept it in perspective. He must triumph over others. But the more he competes, the more he needs to compete to feel good about himself.
By definition, not everyone can win a contest. If one child wins, another cannot. Competition leads children to envy winners, to dismiss losers. Co-operation, on the other hand, is marvelously successful at helping children to communicate effectively, to trust in others and to accept those who are different from themselves.
American Alfie Kohn, author of No Contest: We realised this and, as such, have changed the emphasis in club athletics nationally. Priority is given to team competition with children taking part in a great variety of disciplines. All the children wishing to take part are allowed to do so and they all proudly go home after a formal ceremony equipped with a written document attesting their participation.
Athletics competitions have always been popular with children. Children feel the need to compare their strength and skills to others. Since the beginning of this year we have strengthened that innate motivation by offering children new forms of competitions and disciplines that are even more attractive now, more challenging and thrilling.
David Deister, project manager, German Athletics Federation Competition has been shown to be useful up to a certain point and no further, but co-operation, which is the thing we must strive for today, begins where competition leaves off.
The late Franklin D. Roosevelt, former President of the United States There are enough opportunities in life for children to have a disappointment and to learn to handle that. At our school we are helping them to get ready for all stages of life.
Healthy competition inspires kids to do their best — not just good enough. When students compete they will become more inquisitive, research independently, and learn to work with others. They will strive to do more than is required.
These abilities prepare children for future situations of all kinds. Jennifer Veale, founder and executive director of TrueCompetition.Competition brings out the best in products and the worst in people. David Sarnoff A merchant who approaches business with the idea of serving the public well has nothing to fear from the competition.
Competition brings out the best as well as the worst in humanity.
It encapsulates that both good and bad can come out in a competition. It is great when there is fair play and winners and losers are gracious. Competition Quotes. Do your work with your whole heart, and you will succeed - there's so little competition.
It brings out all that is best; it removes all that is base. All men are afraid in battle.
The coward is the one who lets his fear overcome his sense of duty. Competition is always a good thing. It forces us to do our best.
A. "Competition for a batting slot has never worried me. I would say it always brings the best out of me. For me, battling for a slot is not a . Competition brings out the best as well as the worst in humanity.
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#1: Competition Brings Out the Best in You When you compete, especially when you go against someone that is 10 times better than you, you all of a sudden realize you’re not as good as you thought you were.