Competing against Your Potential

Competing against Your Potential

Most people think they should compete against the competition in business or their family, friends, neighbors, etc. personally. You should not compete against others, you should compete against yourself; you should compete against your potential. Whenever you feel like an underachiever or underdog, it is your potential talking. It is asking you, when are you going to go out and do what you are actually capable of? It took me 18 years to grow CFF to $36M. It took me 18 months to grow it to $100M. Why? I stopped competing with others and started competing against my potential.

– Matt Manero, Founder and President, Commercial Fleet Financing

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