Surround Yourself With The Best People You Can Find
I am so grateful to be surrounded by some truly amazing women! And last night, I had the opportunity once again to host an event featuring these inspiring entrepreneurs. ‘You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with,’ as Jim Rohn puts it, so it’s essential to be surrounded by the best people you can find.
Gratitude Tip: Take a look around you. Are you surrounding yourself with people who live from a place of gratitude and joy? Or are you surrounded by people that are bringing you down and aren’t supportive of your dreams? Choosing to spend time with those who bring out the best in you is an excellent gratitude habit. Together we can achieve so much more and make such a difference in the world.
Only a few days after our 7 Figure Masterclass event on Saturday, we hosted our semi-annual Wealthylicious event – a evening of wealth, wisdom and wellness for women. Men are welcome and we did have a few in the audience. The seminar basically covers the following: Having a Millionaire Mindset, Why Network Marketing?, Creating Wealth at Any Age and Optimal Health is Our Greatest Wealth, all while learning more about our product partner and freedom vehicle, USANA Health Sciences along the way. This was the third time we have done this seminar together and there is an amazing synergy between all of us. It is definitely something I will miss during our year in France.
Growing up, I never really had a ‘group of friends’ and I never really fit in at school. I was bullied and was the bully in elementary school at different times. I was so competitive that I’m sure it affected my ability to create friendships – my BFF Lee-Anne will attest to that (yet we’re still BFFs but we’ve never actually lived in the same city or gone to the same school so maybe that helped). In high school, I did my best to fit into the music crowd, but I never actually felt like I was a part of it, I always felt a little bit on the outside. Looking back, I imagine many of my friends may have felt the same way. University wasn’t much better, I transferred into my program in second year, so many people had already created those friendships in first year. And I was in Kinesiology but not an athlete, which didn’t help my cause.
When I was introduced to network marketing and USANA almost a decade ago, I find found a place where I was accepted and fit in. The first year I traveled to Salt Lake City for our Convention, I was greeted like family by our team from Quebec, whom I had never met. Since then, my USANA family has grown exponentially, as has my business. As I wrap of the 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge today, if you’ve been following along you may have noticed that a lot the people I am grateful for, I met through USANA. I am so very grateful for that part of the business; it’s something I never really expected but has been one of the greatest gifts I have received. Yes, I have friends outside of the business and no, everyone doesn’t have to join my team. Yet there is something amazing about building a business and friendship all at the same time. I love my team and all of the amazing women & men I have met through USANA.