Sometimes you find yourself in a situation that isn’t as positive as it could be. In fact it might be down right negative, as in “not good for you.” Our associations are a powerful influence on our attitude and habits, and thus our success.
A while ago I joined a Facebook Group. Over the past couple of weeks I’ve seen some comments posted in the group that I thought were somewhat inappropriate. Now, I’m not opposed to people running their groups however they like but that doesn’t mean that I have to agree with it. Nor does it mean that I have to remain a part of it. If something isn’t good for you, even though you may have some reasons to stay, you have to know when to walk away.
Tony Robbins, a great speaker and success coach, once said, “Most people’s lives are a direct reflection of the expectations of their peer group.”
In other words, we tend to become like those we associate with.
Another great speaker, Les Brown, once said, “Surround yourself with like-minded and like-hearted people so you can step out of the story you’ve been living. You have the power to write your own script.”
Do you know when to just walk away from someone or something? Watch this video to find out how.
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Originally published on JoinMeForSuccess.com March 20th, 2015.