How good is competition?
The benefit of competition is that it motivates us to identify our strengths and put them to good use. Even the cells in your body compete for resources when necessary, and those that prove their value get preferential treatment. This is a fair system because it increases the whole bodyís fitness for survival.
Similarly, our economy tends to divert extra resources to those who prove they can provide significant value for the benefit of all. Some see this as a reward for hard work. I see it as a way to encourage continued value production from those who are already productive.
Of course an added benefit of tackling hard problems is that they help you grow. Thereís little to be gained from doing whatís easy, and itís a safe bet someone else will handle the easy stuff anyway. The real value lies in pursuing the thorny path, the one that scares away the timid adventurers.
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