The right people

Probably one of the most important decisions you can make in your life is who you choose to surround yourself with choose those who will impact your success.

Surround yourself with people with the following traits:

  1. People who are on a mission
    Surround yourself with people who are forward thinking and those who are striving for better. They are proactive and don’t rest on their laurels. They set goals and when achieved, they raise the bar even higher. People on a mission avoid lazy and uninspired people.
  2. People who are grateful.
    Surround yourself with people who are grateful. Grateful people pay attention to the small things in their life that bring you joy and peace. With a gratitude mindset, you focus on the positive things more than the negative things.
  3. People who bring out the best in you.
    Surround yourself with people who understand you, lift you up when things aren’t great. People who support your dreams and goals, encourage you through the hardships and when things become challenging.
  4. People who have a good energy.
    There are two types of people when they enter a room. The first type bring a low energy and mood. The second type bring a positive energy and vibe. Hopefully you are the later type.
  5. People who are doers.
    It’s far easier to talk about success than actually achieve it, so most people choose to talk. Talkers talk about what they wish they would do, while the doers just get on with it!
  6. People who are problem solvers.
    The one major difference between successful and unsuccessful people is that the successful ones come up with solutions faster. They don’t hang around the problem and complain or blame others.
  7. People who give you honest feedback.
    We all like to hear the good things about ourselves. But in life, it’s not good to have too many ‘yes people’ around you all the time. We need people who can tell us the truth, point out our weak spots, even if it’s uncomfortable.

We all need people in our life who raise our standards and challenge us to become the best versions of ourselves.