In the personal improvement world, more than once have I heard of another “coach” who “knocks” our training; only to identify themselves in our line of coaching. Why not focus on what you offer, rather than what others don’t offer?
This can be similar to how we approach our friends when they succeed - are we still loyal or
did we secretly wish they would fail so we can feel better about ourselves? It's sad to consider that average people do not want others to go beyond average. The Celebration Principle is the true test of our relationship with another person - If we are willing to celebrate their success as much or more than their failure - then we are a true friend; if not, well, it’s time to reflect on our authenticity or reconsider the friendship. And on Friday evening, Kris has programmed Alexa to Celebrate the Week (or at least the weekend, and automatically plays ‘Celebrate’ by Kool and the Gang!