“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” –Jim Rohn There are a lot of components when it comes to self-improvement, but if you’re not happy with who you are, look at the people you are closest with.Change requires going outside of your comfort zone and sometimes finding new friends.
In this episode of the podcast, Kris Wolfe, the founder/editor of discusses: 1.If you can find people in your life to hold you accountable and keep you in check while they pour into you and help you grow, your life and success will accelerate rapidly.And while many of you may not think you can find a mentor, it is important to realize that nearly every successful person wants to pour into an eager protege and you simply have to have a teachable spirit to build relationships that will last you a lifetime.2.And let’s listen, I mean REALLY listen to what He says. Today could be the be the beginning of a movement that matters. Kris is married with two teen sons, a booming dog sitting gig and a burning desire to make Christianity approachable for anyone who feels on the outside looking in.PRAYER: Dear Father, Thanks you for seeing fit to knit me together. The People You Allow into Your Life will Shape Your Destiny While this may be one of the oldest and most over used pieces of personal development advice, it is absolutely true and relevant in your life.There is nothing that will have a bigger effect on your life than the people whom you surround yourself with.We wonder why we were created (as humankind) or why “we” were created as __________ (insert your name here).Maybe today is a good day to take a walk and admire God’s work.Kris went from being a scrawny and unconfident teenager to a bodybuilder, and marrying a Miss USA.Now, he helps other men do the same by embracing authenticity and becoming a real man.“A real man is a man who is real”~Gordon Dalbey1.