Why You Should Promote Your Competitors as an Affiliate

30 Days of Q&A - Day Eight

Can you imagine Coke and Pepsi suddenly deciding to promote one another? I know that sounds completely insane, but thankfully, for most of us, working with competitors is a great way to grow our businesses. In this video, I’ll show you why and how competitors make great affiliates, plus why and how you should promote them.

In this video, I share you the four ways to work with competitors as affiliates. Put these tips to use and you’ll find that competitors will be some of your best affiliates.

5 Ways to Use Competition to Get to the Next Level [PODCAST]

Competition is a powerful fuel for motivation.

Competition helps us to get and stay motivated. It helps us generate new energy when we are stagnated.

Let’s face it, most of us are competitive to some extent. We are competitive with each other, with ourselves, with time. If we are playing a sport, I want to beat you, plain and simple. Sure, I will enjoy the game either way, but the fact is I will get more enjoyment out of it if I win.

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Today, we’re going to discuss how competition can be the fuel to drive you to success.

PLUS, fives ways that competition pushes you to the next level in business and five ways you can use competition in your personal life.

Competition as Motivation – What is Pushing You to Succeed?

Competition is a powerful fuel for motivation.

As I mentioned recently, I ran my first 10k race. Without that race pending on my calendar for three months, I would currently be able to run about 17 consecutive feet…maybe. I would weigh about 20 pounds more. I would not be waking up before 6:00am every day and writing. I would generally feel like crap and be a lot less productive.

Competition as Motivation - Who is Pushing You to Succeed?
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Why did I finish the race? Why did I train so hard? Why am I now targeting at least one more race this year and a few next year, including setting a goal to run the half marathon next fall in less than 1:54? Because I am competitive. I was not going to fail.

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