Is it time to reconsider your peer group? If you are leading the pack in the 10 Commitments of LifeMastery, it may be time for a different evaluation.
In Session One of The Master’s Program we perform a series of Benchmarks to help us evaluate our current status and to create awareness for intentionality going forward. Last week Rob Dayton presented a powerful way to reset for the new year. If you haven’t seen it yet, go to “What will your KROI be in 2023?”
Our Current Conditions Evaluation is a fantastic tool to create awareness of where we are today. I love this assessment because it’s a powerful way to gauge the present and reset our trajectory towards increasing fitness.
One of the ways I implement this tool is to evaluate my peer group in each area of LifeMastery. If I have been consistently leading the pack in a certain area, I know I have an opportunity to inspire my peers to come up higher. So where do I go to be challenged? This is an opportunity to pray about new influences, peers, mentors, or coaches in the areas where I am not currently being challenged.
Jim Rohn said, “You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”
This is an interesting take when it comes to the Current Evaluation Assessment. I may meet someone who is exemplary in physical fitness but he or she is not married. I may become intentional to spend time with someone who is phenomenal in the areas of marriage and parenting, but maybe she is not currently building a professional career. So, I would intentionally pray about someone who would challenge me in the areas of professional advancement in my field. It is all about intentionally creating the extracurricular design of my life; an environment of peers that inspire me to move upward.
Become more aware of your current peer group within this context. If you are in a TMP/W cohort, you have access to peers who are leading the pack in at least one or more of the 10 commitments of LifeMastery.
I am not suggesting we dismiss our friends; I am encouraging us to become discerning about the time we spend with those around us. Charlie ‘Tremendous” Jones says, “You will be the same person in five years you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read.” If you are not yet in a cohort, or perhaps you are an alum, there is no better time than the present to pray in new influences for the year. Connect to TMP/W through one of the audit opportunities below.
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