Episode 17: How to Boost Your Circle of Influence

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The people you associate with is a HUGE factor in the success you will ultimately see. Are you surrounding yourself with a circle of influence that will help you achieve your dreams?

In this podcast episode, you will learn how to evaluate your circle of influence and how to go about adding high achievers to your own circle. Find out what the four step process is to connecting with influencers.
How is your circle of influence?
  1. Evaluate your circle of influence. Write down the top 10 people you spend the most time with.
  2. Measure based in multiple areas of life
    • Income
    • Health/Fitness
    • Happiness
    • Relationships
    • Energy

 

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