The Importance of a Like-Minded Inner Circle

The Importance of a Like-Minded Inner Circle

 
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Hey party people! It’s that time of the year again, school is coming to an end and business is picking up for the summer. We’re all in the same boat-- wondering what our next move is, how to stay motivated and get the support we need to push through.

4 words: You. Can. Do. It.

If you’re looking for the key to personal growth and success you must begin with building your social relationships; that could mean networking for your business or simply growing your contact list. Either way, it’s vital that in these groups you round up a team that is on the same mission as you!

Ambiance Affects Productivity.

It’s important to surround yourself with positive vibes, good energy, and genuine laughs! Finding the best environment for yourself is step one in peaking your productivity in business, school, and for your own personal growth. The right environment can empower you to harness positive energy and motivate you to be the best version of yourself.  Around equally driven people you can learn from each other's failures, trade success stories, or just have some friendly competition😊

Surrounding yourself with like-minded people allows you to be motivated by their encouragements and learn from their experiences.”

-Israelmore Ayivor, Shaping the dream

Iron Sharpens Iron.

Hone your craft by surrounding yourself with people who are strong in the areas that you’re not, but you also have to bring something to the table. You don’t want it to be one-sided. Think about what you have to offer; be it advice, connections, experience and share your gifts with others.

Smart people surround themselves with people smarter than them.

Find Your Tribe.

Well, just how do you find a group that’s going to nurture your growth?

Start by doing what you love and before you know it, you’ll find the yin to your yang! Once you start finding these like-minded individuals dig deeper, get to know what makes them tick then look for those traits that complement your own.

So, let’s reflect:

Step 1. Build positive relationships that enhance your own productivity.

Step 2. Look for those who fill your gaps and fill in theirs too.

Step 3. Do what you love and cultivate a like-minded network you love.

Homework: Work towards building your like-minded circle.

This week, find and focus on one positive thing. What it is that you like to do to stay motivated? Branch out to someone who shares that same interest and be open about wanting to connect either doing business or building a personal relationship!

Until next time, my friends!

-Kree

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