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Podcast #376: When to Compete, When to Cooperate, and How to Succeed at Both

Being successful in life requires social adeptness. And part of that social adeptness is balancing two seemingly opposing social strategies: competing and cooperating. But how do you know which approach to take in the hundreds of different social relationships you navigate day in and day out? For example, should you go out of your way […] The post Podcast #376: When to Compete, When to Cooperate, and How to Succeed at Both appeared first on The Art of Manliness.
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