Many companies and individuals view competition as an obstacle rather than an opportunity to learn and grow. There is a lot that friendly competition in business can teach us and offer us. How you perceive your competition determines your business mindset. Often times you can use your competition to your advantage by building new relationships and creating partnerships that will ultimately help you expand and achieve new levels of success.
The same is true when shopping tag sales and flea markets. Strength in numbers works both ways with buyers and sellers. Having a broader knowledge base is the key to success. Buyers always look for a bargain, sellers want the best price. One of the most important lessons is to compete for your happiness. A goal you set of buying or selling something and making a deal happen will yield satisfaction. Competitors will always battle over price; Buyer perspective: realize this opportunity and you’ve got a deal before you.