Does who you are and who you will become depend heavily on the company you keep? Motivational speaker Jim Rohn suggests it does.
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This is just an idea. There’s no science behind it. Nonetheless it’s an interesting question to think about. Is your identity written by the people you choose to be with? In some ways this is a frustrating idea because it implies we aren’t much in control over who we are. On the other hand, if you keep good company, it suggests good things about you as well.
Maybe it’s relevant and maybe it’s a load of BS. What do you think? What do you believe shapes who we are?
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