Todd Bucholz, once a White House Director of Economic Policy and now an accomplished author and keynote speaker, gives insight into how rushing around, competition and doing the rat race is actually good for us. He explains that this kind of striving for progress promotes happiness and personal satisfaction within an individuals life, and states it is when you remove the element of competition in the work force and in your personal life that you actually become more depressed.
He also reveals that the most successful companies are ones that encourage a healthy dose of competition among their staff. Using research, science and psychology examples from his book, Todd Bucholz shows how competition is good for everyone, even children, and encourages his audience to thinks about it in a new light.
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Todd Buchholz Keynotes
Speeches by Todd Buchholz reflect this economist's ability to make sense of the business world and...
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