Have you ever found yourself looking at the people in your life and wondering where it went wrong?
Everybody seems so fake and insincere. Or, they’re toxic and negative. They’re not supporting you and you’re not supporting them.
It seems like you’re just in each other’s lives for the sake of having someone in your life.
There’s a reason for this and it’s a tough pill to swallow.
We attract what we are, not what we want.
You may want loving and supportive friends. You may want to find yourself surrounded by positivity every day.
But if that’s not what you’re putting out into the world, you aren’t going to find those sort of people.
I can tell you that better than anyone else.
Back in 2010, I didn’t have the right people in my life. And it’s because I wasn’t the sort of person that the right people wanted in their lives.
I was just completely full of bulls***. People could smell me coming a mile off and they’d run to the hills to avoid me.
So who did I attract?
I ended up surrounding myself with people who were just like me. The people who were completely full of it but had no substance to them.
I was hanging out at Ivy Pool every night and telling myself that I loved it.
But in reality, I was just a wannabe F-Grade celebrity going nowhere. I felt empty because I didn’t have purpose or the right people around me.
All of that changed when I realised the importance of authenticity.
Before, I was so focused on selling people a product that I didn’t care how I came across.
Today, I inject my work with meaning and depth. I want to build a community of awesome people around me who support one another.
To do that, I have to be the sort of person that I want to have in that community.
I’ve gotten real with my dreams and my values. There are no more compromises and no more being something I’m not.
I believe in you