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How to Bring Supportive People Into Your Life

Surrounding yourself with goal-oriented, supportive people is the number one reason for the success in my life, and is what many researchers and life coaches claim to be an ultimate life game-changer.

But when I was at the lowest point in my life all I could think was, "Great, how the hell am I supposed to find people like that?"

What I didn't realize is there are ways to meet people and have community EVERYWHERE.

But, you have to actively and proactively bring in supportive people.

There are websites like MeetUp, or Facebook groups, and the ability to make new friends or connect with people you admire in your day to day life.

Personally, I joined an online community so I could hold myself accountable to my goals and surround myself with positive energy.

Remember though, your vibe attracts your tribe.

Meaning, if you want to bring in more positive people into your life, you need to start working your your positive talk.

Want to have friends who encourage you to stick to your health goals and eat greens with you? Guess what? You gotta start working on your health now and eat your veggies.

Radiate positivity ALWAYS.

I take it as my obligation to the world to uplift and support all the amazing people I come across. I don't trash talk. I go out of my way to reach out to those I see working to make a difference, even if it's not the way I would go about it. Because I approach my life and others this way, it's what I get in return. #empoweredwomenempowerwomen am I right?!

Don't get discouraged!

Unless you pay to join in an already active community (which is what I did, and then created myself), it will take time to find your people. That is okay. Don't stop just because it takes some work and patience to build and grow an environment of people you thrive with.

Get rid of toxic friends.

Seriously, you don't have to be mean about it, but unfollow/unfriend those folks spewing garbage on the internet. Distance yourself from Catherine who only wants to gossip about Patricia. No need to hurt anyone's feelings. If you absolutely must say something, be kind. Telling someone they are toxic and you don't want to be around them is just as negative as whatever they are doing or saying.

Get out of your comfort zone!

If you're ready for supportive people, but don't have any, or want to bring in more badasses into your life, then you need to get uncomfortable. Meaning, you need to change what you are currently doing. No one grows or changes their life without pushing themselves past their comfort zones, period. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable and you will see your life transform before your eyes.

Your community is out there and waiting for you, they simply don't know you're alive yet.

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