Lately, speeches about mental attitude are very fashionable but no speech makes sense if you don't understand that: - Everything you know about wealth you have learned from people who weren't rich
- Everything you know about happiness you've learned by people who were sad
- Everything you know about life you've learned by those who have not understood much.
I'm sorry to be so hard on you but let me explain it better. "In life you are the average of the five people you hang out with most!" The people you hang out with on a daily basis have a huge influence on your life as they can inspire you and help you give your best or they can limit you enormously.
In fact, if you surround yourself with people with weakening thoughts, that is, all those people who rely on hope, who have many dreams but who will not realize even one, who make up a lot of excuses for themselves just because they don't have a specific plan on how they can achieve their goals.
Well, let me say that from them, you will only attract negativity! On the contrary, however, all successful people become so because they frequent only better people than themselves. And how can I help you in this? The world is full of people who have achieved great results and are looking forward to sharing them with you.
Just go in search of them! Look for all those people who have the characteristics that you would like to develop and then frequent them. Spend as much time with them as possible. The influence of those around us is strong but initially subtle and gradual.
This is why "isolation" is sometimes essential. Take some time for yourself. Lock yourself in a room, study, watch videos, read biographies of those who have already achieved great results and listen to podcasts that can inspire you.
Get isolated and study at least one hour a day. Learn all the techniques and strategies that can make you your best version of yourself. You have to work hard to be today, better than yesterday. Prioritize self-training. All this I assure you that it will influence you positively! See you soon,