This new study was done by Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, which discovered that most people are blind to their co-workers competitiveness.
Here are the two different studies they ran.
‘First, people are naturally motivated to compete who out-perform them or perform similarly to them, but not against people who they tend to out-perform,’
‘Second, when people do compete, they won’t want to advertise these intentions in order to avoid getting a bad reputation.’
What they basically found is that the people that are the nicest to you are most likely the ones that will stab you in the back.
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