COMPETITION

Perhaps one of the most perplexing situations a student of Christian Science in business has to fare is that of competitors and competition. No matter what business one may be in, he is at times faced with arguments that the field is overcrowded, that accounts and orders go to others for no apparently good reason, or that despite his best work and intention another seems to reap the benefit of his most thoughtful efforts.

In this human concept of business, keen and unrestricted competition is even considered to be healthy and profitable. Unfortunately, this viewpoint seems more often than not to be translated into justification of questionable practices, which are accepted because they seem prevalent.

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