Like it or not, your friends are likely failing you.
They mean well, but if you’ve had them for a while, you’re failing each other.
It was Napoleon Hill who said in Think and Grow Rich, that the sum total of your 5 closest friends will identify your level of prosperity.
This is not just money.
It’s your health.
Your overall happiness.
Most people never audit their closest relationships to see if they are actually supported in the drive towards their goals.
The truth is we love our friends. In the last post I talked about the stories we inherit from our parents and the way life imitates these stories.
With friends – we support the development and maintenance of these stories in each other.
When was the last time a friend said to you:
You’re capable of so much more. Why do you quit on yourself?
Congratulations on your success but I know you can do more
Get up. I know it’s hard, but it won’t get easier from there
Let’s challenge ourselves.
I do not believe that you have reached the top of what you are capable of.
Stop affirming that limited way of thinking.