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Who Really Shapes You? The 'Average of Five' Revisited (Jim Rohn)

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"The Law of Five" comes from motivational speaker Jim Rohn who said that we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. This concept needs a modern update: from an hours / exposure standpoint, your media diet can be even more impactful than your influences in protein form, like friends. Our beliefs, our habits, our health, our lifestyles, even our incomes—are all powerfully influenced by our social network. Remember, we are social creatures. We are molded, shaped, and influenced by those around us and those we let into our lives, INCLUDING through a screen or a pair of headphones. So, who are your top five? Are they lifting you up or bringing you down? Are they inspiring you to be the best version of yourself, or are they holding you back from realizing your full potential? Are you, perhaps, more influenced by a podcast host or an influencer than by your closest friends? Links: YouTube video with Laura Larios: "Speaking with Confidence: Using Nervous System Voice Techniques"Podcast episode I loved: Invest Like the Best: "Kevin Kelly - Be Generous & Unique" - (show notes) + (Spotify link) My favorite podcast tools: Riverside is the best way to record an audio or video podcast: emilybinder.com/riversideDescript is the BEST tool to easily edit audio or video like a Word doc. You will never go back. emilybinder.com/descript ThinkersOne Videos! Buy a 2-min personalized video, Zoom drop-in, or virtual keynote. Shop menu: emilybinder.com/thinkersone Rate / review / subscribe to this show: emilybinder.com/podcast Book a coaching session: emilybinder.com/call Follow & connect: My website | Beetle Moment Marketing | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Get email updates Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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