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A healthy competition

I was nominated to become a secretary of an alumni organization.

I am happy to support it, and for my position there was a challenge and competition.

For the rest, there was only 1 candidate. This made my job to be elected harder, but also brings to me a different perspective on how another candidate sees that position.

Competition is good. It brings good ideas when it is healthy. When it is not, it can destroy your organization.


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