💡High achievers are drawn to the usage of affirmative language. It’s an unspoken form of commitment.
At an event? Suggest a place to hangout for a nightcap.
💡Ultra successful people are always “the boss” in their lives & gravitate to people who allow them to “be free”
Learn success aikido.
You *must* redirect all feelings of jealousy and inadequacy of your successful friend’s big wins & success by transmuting energy into motivation for your upward trajectory. #peopleskills
Create a cocoon of confidentiality w/ your words & freedom from judgement w/ your actions.
Your interactions shouldn’t exist on social media unless they post it or ask you to share online
Allowing successful people to unwind in your presence will be your #1 asset
1.)Invest in a tailor
3.)Invest in good shoes
Clueless: Take a fashion designer out for lunch. Pick their brain. If genuine, they will help you.
Be genuinely curious enough to ask them questions 💡until you identify the right person from your network to *introduce* them to. 💡
Be the connector. Be the bridge. Be the Hub. #peopleskills
✅Do: Educate your social circle to who you are by inviting them to *planned outings*.
Their respect for you will deepen & your status will elevate.
💡Successful people crave new experiences.
It’s passive-aggressive energy.
The following phrases, said jokingly, will repel ppl from you:
“It must be nice”
“Sucks to be me”
“Can I have a loan?”
Genuinely celebrate success but you are nobody’s #1 fan.
💡Ask inquisitive questions about the mindset it required to achieve the milestone.