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It is all about the company you keep, so it is important to choose the people around you carefully. Good company can bring positive changes in your life, and even if it might be a drastic step, think again and clean your list of people, ticking off those who end up annoying you.
People have a huge impact on your life. “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with,” says American entrepreneur and motivational speaker Jim Rohn. With this in mind, you should think about the people you’re spending time with the same way you think about what you eat and how you’re exercising.
Some people can be parasites. They suck out your happiness, energy and maybe some of your tangible resources as well. You can put spending time with them in the same category as eating nachos on the couch.
It’s widely known that one of the best ways to improve on a skill is to practice it with someone who’s better than you (think: tennis, skiing, poker, yoga, Boggle…) Yes, you will have to work harder, think faster and learn more fundamentals.
You’ll sweat and have sore muscles, but after a while, your skills will improve and, eventually, you might even be good enough to teach someone else a thing or two.
This idea of playing with someone better than you translates nicely to your personal and career successes as well, and that’s why it’s important to surround yourself with people who are winners.
I recently had the privilege of attending Summit’s LA18 in Los Angeles. For four days, I listened to keynotes by some of the top thought leaders, entrepreneurs and entertainers in the world, including Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté,
The Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir, chef Jose Andres, Michael Ovitz, Eckhart Tolle, Gary Vaynerchuck, #MeToo pioneer Tarana Burke, and so many more.
I couldn’t help but feel inspired by all of these amazing people. By the time the conference/festival was over, I felt invigorated and filled with new ideas. I was playing with winners–listening and sharing with these brilliant minds encouraged me to step up my own game. Here are some practical steps to apply this concept to your own life.
What does it mean to keep good company?
There is a steep importance when it comes to keeping good company. What exactly is “good company?” Growing up, I was always taught that it is better to have one good friend instead of ten fake friends. When surrounding yourself with optimistic, positive people, it is essential to remember that the quality of them is more important than the quantity of them.
Surrounding yourself with great company can only benefit you in the long run. According to a man named Jim Rohn, “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
To an extent, I believe this wholeheartedly. If the five people you surround yourself with are positive, hardworking, motivating people, then there’s a chance you will be like that as well.
It’s wonderful to have friends, family and loved ones who support and motivate you. Sure, self-motivation is greatly respectable and can be completely successful, but there’s nothing like having an extra push from those who make you a better person.