Bunnypuncher's daily giveaway 6/02/2018 - 15 SBD total in prizes

in contest •  last year 

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Daily giveaway 6/02/2018.

First Place: @omarbalzar
Second Place: @unakasyi5
Third Place: @nuruldinda
Fourth Place: @nurfa
Fifth Place: @yudo
Sixth Place: @wene
Seventh Place: @redtyson
Eighth Place: @demondantv

Thank you everyone that has been upvoting and participating in my other contests. This one had such good feed back I'm going to increase the prizes to 15 SBD for today's contest. There will now be:

First Place: 5 SBD

Second Place: 3 SBD

Third Place: 2 SBD

Fourth Place: 1 SBD

Fifth Place: 1 SBD

Sixth Place: 1 SBD

Seventh Place: 1 SBD

Eighth Place: 1 SBD

The daily give-a-way winner will be selected at random from people that comment on this post. And I'll announce the winner the following day on the next day's contest post. I'll pull the list of entries from the comments approximately 24 hours after the post depending on my schedule. So unless you see the following day's post go ahead and add a comment. I'll will include entries right up to the last minute before I post the result and next contest.

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Is Competitiveness an Obstacle to Making or Keeping Friendships?

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Being competitive can be a big obstacle if you are the type to see EVERYONE as your competition and constantly treat them that way.

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Competitiveness being an obstacle to making and keeping friendships is partly based on the maturity levels of the parties involved and also partly based on the clarity of rules of engagement because sometimes no matter how mature people are, the feeling of being cheated could lead us to percieve a person in the wrong manner
Ps I think its nice that you are giving back to the community @bunnypuncher this is the basic concept of the community

Competing with someone can be the thing that causes a friendship to start. We need to interact with someone to get to know them well enough to become friends. The intensity of competing with one another can be the ideal environment for this.

However, competitiveness can ruin an existing friendship, as any competition has a winner and a loser. Who wants to lose? Who wants to seek out the company of the person they lost to? Who wants to celebrate with the person they lost to?

I think it's natural that someone wants to compete with his best friend but compete with honest
Ok👍

I think it depends. If both parties keep a healthy level of competitiveness (example, in martial arts) that brings both parties up to new levels, it is good. But if one were to have the mindset of win-at-all-costs, that becomes unhealthy and will ruin a friendship.

Compete it in a healthy not a cunning and if cunning is not compete but nikung

Friendships like a pouch turn a caterpillar into a butterfly, so even friends then compete fairly and peacefully

Many people who want to compete with the ability such as competing in learning, comedy, sports and even other things,
For me it is reasonable not to damage the reputation of friendship

You want to compete, ok who's afraid, let's compete in males not in females but compete enough in class aja friend, because we are friends forever

If you want to compete with your friends I suggest compete honestly so you do not damage your friendship relationship

No problem, if you want to compete do the best way not the worst friend

Want to compete but do not know who his rival, or mr. @bunnypuncher would not be my rival we are friends😁😁

Well I won lol. I don't think competitiveness is even a requirement to make or keep friendships. There may be people that have that idea and think that it works for theirs. But I always attempt to not be competitive with my friends if it has to be that way. But thats personally just me.

Want to compete but do not know who his rival, or mr. @bunnypuncher would not be my rival we are friends😁😁

I don't see a significant effect either way.

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No. Competitiveness is good to encourage both parties (friends) to give their best to achieve a success. In worst case, your friend's success can make you happy if you don't succeed.

thanks for sharing.and nice post

I think it is an obstacle to making friendship.

It is an obstacle for shure.

competitiveness can ruin an existing friendship, as any competition has a winner and a loser. Who wants to lose? Who wants to seek out the company of the person they lost to? Who wants to celebrate with the person they lost to?

if your priority is success than anything then being competitive at everything is a must and even at the cost of the friendships along the way. but if you cherish relationships more, then being competitive is not your thing. @bunnypuncher

Competitiveness is a valuable quality, in addition to being necessary to progress in life. But there are people who let it rule their life to the point of wanting to destroy anyone who goes for the same goal, they forget to compete in good faith and resort to any ploy to beat others, in that case if they make it difficult The friendships.

Competitiveness is a hindrance in relationships, for me personally. I suppose it depends on what you're looking for in a friendship. A good one for me is one where I can relax and be myself and be open. Competitiveness is the game the world tries to force us into playing with each other on multiple levels. That is the kind of crap I want to leave behind when I close the door on the world

Being competitive is a big factor in making friends because when one is competitive such people are being labeled as conceited, self absorbed, too picky, full of themselves and not being flexible and sometimes passive [email protected]

We can know how worthy we are to succeed from how well we rise after falling.

Problem is a test that must be a force, not a weakness that leads you to a downturn.

I think it is not a hindrance. What i think is a hindrance is not being great at socialising - shyness and general awkwardness, not knowing what to say can be major roadblocks to developing friendships, but there are also illnesses that would make it difficult

make the competition a boost for you both to be a better person, both in the field of education, work and maturity between individual individuals. Competition can also strengthen friendship and become a lesson to become a better friend again.

First off, a true friend is very hard to find. My parents often told me that if someone can find one true friend, they are blessed.
I've been blessed to find one. The way I differentiate a friend from a "true" friend is through how I put his best interests above mine at all times, and vice versa.

not necessarily

Soo when my chance will come @bunnypuncher @banjo

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i think it is
you can even experience it usually

There are no obstacles in the existing friendship competition only progress

I think it will really be difficult to make friends when itis a negative competition. Unhealthy competition is nothing but jealousy. If your competitiveness goes out of hand, it will turn into sheer jealousy. So i dont think people will like to identify with a jealous person.

In our personal lives, we often imitate our competitors. We all compete on some level with colleagues, friends, and family. This will make you lose your identity and dignity. True power comes from within. Don’t compete with others.

Competitiveness as a whip for work and close friendship.

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I think competitiveness is not an obstacle to maintaining friendships. But there are some rivals that can be hostile.
Thanks you @bunnypunchers

it is an obstacle in my opinion

Competitiveness can be an obstacle of building friendship but not at all because it depends upon the situation.For me the hindrance of building a friendship is time because all of us has different priorities,but when you give time to that person you can give the short portion of your life that you'll never get back .

Yes it is. You think you are better than others.
Amd the opposite party will surely norice that.

Good work

Depends on personality, but friendly competitiveness can be helpful in keeping friends' skills sharp

Is Competitiveness an Obstacle to Making or Keeping Friendships?

It is an obstacle for sure. It requires some level of being open to make friends.

Competition is good

Be a sportive person

i wish i will win the contest someday.

Friendship doesn't have any competitiveness.

Competition can be a reason to encourage you to learn and work harder. With this spirit, you can improve the quality in yourself. Regardless of the competition, you will get a satisfactory result in the end.

Do not make the competition between you and your friend a conflict in your relationship. But make the competition a boost for you both to be a better person, both in the field of education, work and maturity between individual individuals. Competition can also strengthen friendship and become a lesson to become a better friend again.

Depends on what type of friends you want.

Competitiveness at some point is big obstacle in either making or keeping friendship, this mostly leads to envy or jealousy between friends and at other instances it helps boost or most likely improves self confidence and manner of approach, but which ever it is Competitiveness should boost ties between friends and not the other way around.

What are the odds of winning this contest?

His ordinary friendship is based on a business rival, or something else

hi i am isuru your giveaway is great i hope that i can too thank you mr.@bunnypuncher

It's not an obstacle.

i am bio.i want to become winner

We have to compete for a success, not to be called an obstacle

where is a will there is a way

Congrats to the recent winners. :)

Life is short. Living hand tomouth is hard . Lets see what will end first

I finally won, many of the obstacles I went through to win your contest, but the obstacles never dampen my spirits to win, I really like the competition ..
Thank you

honesty is the best policy:)

little learner is a dangerous thing

select me as a winner plzzzzzzz

It's not an obstacle if your friends are also competitive, that's a way of motivating each other to reach success, as long as that competitiveness doesn't become envy and bad intentions.

i am indeed of sbd plz select me

lets punch that bunny !! in the mood to punch bunnies ... Competivity is never destroying in a good friendship. Finding out who is the best at that moment or always, is making any friendship relation more deep, because you can love anyone for who they are and what they can do. I do expect the same of my friends. :-) we all have our own qualities.

Competition is not something that can be avoided. So, change your perspective about competition over the years. If the competition runs 'healthy' without any fraud, then it is very good to improve your quality, such as competition in the class that makes you more diligent work or competition in the world of work that encourages you to give better results.

Pick mee upp this time

Great question.
Congrats to the winners. Sometimes our inability to share in others' joy is simply due to jealousy, pure and simple, or indignation at the injustice of chance and circumstance.

No, competitiveness shouldn't be a criteria for making or keeping friends. If you like a person as a friend, then you are in a way obliged to make such a better person.

This is my entry to this contest @bunnypuncher.

Its really hard to make friends on steem. Specially obstacle to make a high vote friend. Life is nothing without money and only obstacles.

Some people are simply very competitive. Others are not.
My Gymn instructor tells me that her family compete over everything all the time, even washing the dinner dishes!
I'm not competitive that way at all, so for me I have no energy to engage in pushing to win all the time.

friends are family for me.
Thank you.

For me, competitiveness is not an obstacle making friendship.

Be a sportive person

It depends on the gender involve, if its two female involved competitiveness is an obstacle in keeping that friendship. While in the Male counterpart, it is a room to think outside the box and improve one self.

In a competition there must be a win and lose. So, you should be able to be a sportsman in a competition. In addition, you also have to be a wise and humble person if you are in the top position and must be a private field there armpit accept your defeat.

:-)

If not able to compete please back...hehe

Competition can be a reason to encourage you to learn and work harder. With this spirit, you can improve the quality in yourself. Regardless of the competition, you will get a satisfactory result in the end.

I want you to add the prize for more interesting competition ..

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friends are family for me friendship

friends are family for me.friendsyip

Some people are not able to be patient and do not want to compete, they do not want to be hampered.

friends are family for me

Real recognises real. Only shallow minded people will allow a lil competition get in the way of their friendship. The stakes may be high, but contests will end, friends can last a lifetime.

Competition can be a reason to encourage you to learn and work harder. With this spirit, you can improve the quality in yourself. Regardless of the competition, you will get a satisfactory result in the end.

Do not make the competition between you and your friend a conflict in your relationship. But make the competition a boost for you both to be a better person, both in the field of education, work and maturity between individual individuals. Competition can also strengthen friendship and become a lesson to become a better friend again.

friends are family for me friendship

Hello bunnypuncher. I am really impressed that way you helping others. Love you bunnypuncher

Congratulations to the winners

I just want to say thank you @bunnypuncher . Once i become whale i will remain fan of you

No i dont think its an obstacle. I am one of those who love competing. Competition gives me a high. Competition keeps me focused on achieving the desired result. Competition motivates me and inspires me.
Naturally, I end up seeking competition everywhere. Most of my closest friends are also my fiercest competitors. In fact in most cases, our friendships kindled because we were equally competent and competitors for each other.

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Congratulations All winner
And good job

I am a friendly person, I won't consider any competition in making friends. I use to smile possibly to all.

Im in :-)

A little bit Competitiveness is good for a friendship. If all friends would say yes and 🙏🏻 amen... it would be very soon boring.

Friendship have no competitiveness to me. Sometime in working area friends can compromise or walk together in a same way.