TAC 03: Who are your Top 5 and what does that say about you?

This week on The Anti-Casserole Podcast we dig into the business adage that says: you are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. Think of the people you spend the most hours with each week – this includes family, partners, co-workers and friends. Think in terms of income, outlook, values, resiliency… probably laughter too. Does their companionship encourage optimism? Creative productivity? Courage? Do they support your successes and make you feel great enough to go and build the things you envision? If time is our most valuable currency, and our community is our most important investment, let’s spend wisely! We have more ability to curate this reality than we often think. (But don’t worry – you don’t have to fire your Mom and break up with your friends.) Join us as we get into it.

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Additional show notes below.
Resources Mentioned in Show:

  1. Jim Rohn – “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
  2. Invisibilia – Entanglement
  3. Louise Hay – “Everyone is a reflection of us, and what we see in another person, we see in ourselves.”
  4. Stuff Mom Never Told You – Shine Theory
  5. NY Mag – Shine Theory: Why powerful women make great friends

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