Competitive Result



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As a business owner, you are a classic competitive type. This means that YOU ARE IN IT TO WIN IT. You have goals in mind and you exist to conquer them.

All sorts of professions have competitive personalities. In science, Albert Einstein, the great physicist who developed the theory of general relativity, was competitive. In business, think of great competitive types such as Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, and Sheryl Sandberg.

Jobs, for example, was competitive as well as creative. His vision for product innovation and design, coupled with his exacting standards and showbiz instincts, helped propel Apple to becoming the most profitable company in history.


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Steve Jobs is best known for having developed the world-changing iPod, iPhone, and MacBook. He created a revolution in business that affected our way of looking at the world and our place in it. And he did it while growing the value of his company a hundredfold, after having failed and gotten back up again several times.


Although the story of Steve Jobs is fairly well known, some of its high points bear repeating. In 1976, Jobs cofounded Apple with Steve Wozniak, selling the Apple I personal computer. They became wealthy with the Apple II, which was one of the first successful mass-produced personal computers.


Then, inspired by graphical-user interfaces he’d seen, Jobs developed the Apple 2 Lisa and the Macintosh, both of which featured the now ubiquitous mouse. Along with the introduction of the Apple LaserWriter, which made innovative graphics possible, this led to the rise of the desktop publishing industry. But after a power struggle, Jobs was forced out of Apple.


Jobs was determined to keep going, even in the face of indifference from his colleagues and those around him. He founded NeXT, and acquired Pixar, developing it into a groundbreaking major motion picture animation studio. He returned to Apple after NeXT merged with Apple at the point of bankruptcy. He became CEO shortly after, and quickly made Apple into the powerhouse that it is today. His products — the iMac, iTunes, the Apple Store, the iPhone, the App Store and more — have had significant and lasting impact on communication and changed the culture.

  • You see life as being full of possibilities.
  • You see patterns, and can make connections between things such as events and information.
  • You may need affirmation from others — you want praise for what you do —but you also give praise and lend support to others.

You may be like Jobs in a lot of ways:


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Of course, not everyone can be a Jobs, but you, with your INVENTIVENESS, COMPETITIVE NATURE, and SENSE OF PERSONAL VISION, are also a thinking and decision-making entrepreneur who USES YOUR BRAIN AND FEELINGS TO MAKE RATIONAL DECISIONS BASED ON RESEARCH.

  • You can be fast-acting but also detached.
  • You organize yourself and stick to a schedule.
  • You have strong leadership capabilities.
  • You have an original mind and a great drive for putting your ideas into action and for achieving your goals.
  • You quickly see patterns in events, and you can develop perspective over the long run.
  • You’re able to organize a job and carry it through.
  • You are highly intelligent, skeptical, and demand competence from everyone around you.

You probably share one or more of these traits with this great businessman and entrepreneur:

  • Imagination
  • Curiosity
  • A Questioning Nature
  • Intuition
  • A Positive Attitude
  • An Independent Mind
  • A Quest for Balance (such as seeking the integration of function and design in one device)


Sheryl Sandberg is considered one of the most recognizable businesspeople in the world. She’s competitive and creative, known for her work for Facebook, her bestselling book Lean In, and her larger sense of purpose in speaking to women about creating opportunities for themselves in the world. Her remarkable business intuition has made her tremendously wealthy, but she also believes that to make what you earn worthwhile, it’s important give back.

Sandberg exhibited traits at Harvard that would go on to define her: forward-thinking brilliance, determination, and the study of economics through a feminist lens. Concerned about the role economic inequality plays in spousal abuse, Sandberg founded Women in Economics and Government to encourage women to major in government and economics.

Following stints at World Bank, management consultants McKinsey & Company, and Google, Sandberg joined Facebook after a fruitful conversation with Mark Zuckerberg that shared her vision of how the social media site could lead to a greater flow of information.


In her talks about women in the workforce, Sandberg reinforces the fact that women need to stand up and speak up. Sandberg is the author of the million-selling book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, which has been optioned as a film. Lean In inspired Sandberg to found, a global community group that supports women striving to reach their ambitions.

Her DETERMINATION, her SKILL, her INTELLIGENCE and her HUMANITY keep her at the top of her game.

You may not yet be an entrepreneur like Sheryl Sandberg, but you are likely to share some of these competitive personality traits with her:

  • Imagination
  • Creativity
  • Fearlessness
  • Intuition
  • Discipline
  • Independence coupled with team spirit.

Nooyi has been quick to adapt to a changing world, to recognize opportunity and act on it – a combination of spontaneous temperament and business acumen. You, as a spontaneous personality type, share certain characteristics with Indra Nooyi. These include:


  • Assertiveness
  • Charm
  • Talkativeness
  • Action
  • Forthrightness
  • Humor
  • Compassion
  • Quickness to take up a cause
  • Appreciation for individual expression
  • A quick wit, a quick temper and a quick laugh


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