Are You the Average of the Five People You Spend the Most Time With?
Welcome to the 163rd episode of the Alternative Investing Podcast!
In today’s episode, I’ll explain why being intentional about the people you surround yourself with is crucial. I’ll also share three powerful questions that will revolutionise your approach to cultivating meaningful connections.
- What to Do When Your Friends Don’t Share Your Financial Values
- How Friends Affect Your Wealth, Health, and Happiness
- How to Choose the Right Friends For Every Stage of Life
- How to Network for Lasting Connections
- 3 Questions To Ask Before Expanding Your Network
If you want to learn how to maximise your growth and success by strategically curating your circle of influence, then make sure to listen to this episode!
00:00 – Intro
01:48 – What to Do When Your Friends Don’t Share Your Financial Values
03:33 – How Friends Affect Your Wealth, Health, and Happiness
05:52 – How to Choose the Right Friends For Every Stage of Life
07:55 – How to Network for Lasting Connections
10:56 – 3 Questions To Ask Before Expanding Your Network
12:27 – Outro
In today’s topic, we’ll discuss a well-known quote by Jim Rohn that suggests, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
Some of you may have heard an alternative version, “Show me your friends, and I’ll show you your future.”
While this statement might seem overly simplistic given the complexities of life, it holds significant power as a motivator for personal growth, particularly in the context of wealth and investing.
The essence of this quote is that the company we keep significantly influences the person we eventually become, positively or negatively.Read More
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