“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with” – Jim Rohn
Well, I think it’s more like ten to fifteen. The ten to fifteen people we see the most have the greatest impact on us.
Surrounding ourselves with positive people changes our perceptions. As our social groups encourages, pushes and lifts us up, our own system does the same for them.
Conversely, toxic individuals are completely exhausting to be around. When we surround ourselves with negative people, it will take a toll on our mind and body.
Eventually it seeps in and consumes us. Slowly, we become complainers, judgers, gossipers, and victims.
The distractions and emotional baggage that toxic people bring into our lives are unnecessary obstacles that we must inevitably cross.
We all know a few toxic people – they might be our distant co-workers, family spouses, or our closest friends. Even a…
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