Self Improvement: You Become Who You Hang Out With
Self improvement is something everyone wants to do. Everyone wants to be a better person, and everyone wants to be the best person they can be. Yet some of us find it very hard to accomplish that. We feel like we are putting in more effort than usual to reach this goal, we’ve changed our way of thinking, we’ve broken bad habits, yet..here we are still in the same place.
Why? Why does this keep happening?
Have you ever considered your friends may be the reason?
The Universal Law of Attraction is as followed: We attract into our lives, that upon which we place our dominant thoughts. If we continually think about and focus on problems, then that is what we attract. If, on the other hand, we focus on prosperity and abundance, then that is what we attract.
So what does this have to do with my friends?
If you’re constantly hanging around with people who are content with where they are in life even though they aren’t completely happy, or people who are always negative thinkers and think being a better person is unattainable; you’re probably hanging out with the wrong crowd.
Now I’m not saying go and dump all of your friends because they don’t have the same goals as you. But, what I am saying is evaluate who you call your friends and really consider how that person is either helping you or hindering you from reaching your goals.
Once you distinguish between the soaring eagles and the scratching turkeys, you will be well on your way to improving your self.
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