Earlier this week we had a discussion on my www.CraigBallantyneFanpage.com over on Facebook about whether or not it was difficult to find good, positive, supportive people in your life.
Frankly, I don't believe it is hard if you are willing to stand up for what you believe in, act in a way that is congruent with your beliefs, and put some effort into looking.
So in more detail, here is:
CB's Guide to Finding Good People
Step 1) Identify what you value in people.
Step 2) Identify where this type of person spends time.
Step 3) Go there. Whether it is a church, gym, beach, dance lessons, bootcamp fitness class, Chamber of Commerce meeting, local lectures, weekend seminars, or weekly group meetings. You don't meet good people by watching TV
but good people ARE out there. Go forth and find them.
"When you take action, particularly bold action, the boundaries of what you believe to be possible (your belief system) expand. Which, in turn, gives you the capacity to consider new ideas, new possibilities, and new concepts that you previously thought to be impossible." - Robert Ringer
"If you take a layer off a roll of paper towels, you won't see the difference. Even if you take 3 layers off, you won't see much of a difference. But if you keep taking off layers, all of a sudden the roll WILL look smaller. Your fat loss journey is the same. Stay the course. Keep working hard." - Mike Whitfield, Certified Turbulence Trainer
Check out Mike's high-energy, fun, Facebook page filled with cool tips and his trademarked humor:
Mike's a good person...one of the high-energy, positive, supportive people in my life who found Turbulence Training and became a TT Trainer.
He found TT because I put my mission out there. I was proud of it, and I don't care who disagrees with me. All that matters are the good people who are attracted to the mission of helping others.
Learn more about my 1 Million Mission here:
Stay strong and act strong,
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer