Three Ways to Surround Yourself with Passionate and Successful People

In the following full 90+ minute session recording from The Hustle Project, you’ll learn three easy ways to surround yourself with passionate and successful people. We’ll also walk you step-by-step through some actions you can take to get the ball rolling:

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If you’re building a business online or off, one of the easiest ways to ensure your success is by surrounding yourself with other like-minded people.

There are enough “realistic” voices in your life already. You need to take power from the naysayers by bringing in more positive and encouraging voices.

By connecting with other passionate and successful entrepreneurs, you’ll find motivation, insight and (perhaps most importantly) you’ll gain from the accountability of regularly telling people about your goals and aspirations.

I credit connections with peers and mentors for much of any business success I’ve had personally. Together with innovation and hard work, making relationships with other entrepreneurs has helped me refine my ideas, develop valuable partnerships, get the word out about what I’m doing and find new opportunities as well as kept me from doing stupid time-wasting stuff and even from giving up entirely on a couple of occasions.

There are lots of ways to connect with like-minded mentors and peers. Adam Baker and I recently spent an entire session for The Hustle Project dedicated to ways to surround yourself with passionate and successful people.

I’d like to share that session with you, even if you’re not part of The Hustle Project, just as a thank you for reading my blog.

Watch the video and take the suggested actions, and you’ll find yourself with a lot more essential support in your life.

Then come back here and report on how you did. I want to hear what actions you took and how helpful they have been.

What techniques have you used to seek out and connect with other like-minded people? I’d love to hear it in the comments as well.

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