The Power of Community

I recently got to have lunch in a castle. A real, Scottish castle, with real Scots and real Scotch. And real friends.

Jim Rohn said you’re the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.

…Well then, I’m part 6-year-old and part 9-year-old.

In other words, I’m a busy mom and business owner, so I have to be extra intentional to seek out the right associations. This doesn’t happen by default, it happens by design.

Building a community of like-minded business owners is inconvenient. It takes loads of time, effort and commitment… but it’s worth it.

I know for a fact that these associations have played a DIRECT role in my growth journey.

Check out this video on the power of your community. And if you don’t have a community of people who raise your game, reach out to me.

I get all my clients together once per quarter for a business planning workshop, and I’d love to have you join us.