Olympic Gold—Achievement or Competitive?

At the 1960 Rome Olympics, John Konrads won two individual medals: a bronze and a gold. He claims the bronze resulted from an over-focus on Competitive thinking and the gold from an Achievement motivation.

Almost three decades later, he has come to understand how these two thinking styles played out to produce two very different results.

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