Relationship is a form of currency, it is actually another stream of income

“Your choice of people you associate with will have more impact on what you become than any other single factor” — Brian Tracy

Your network determines your net worth. The farther you are from rich relationships, the closer you are to poverty.

Richard Simmons III said: “Without great friendship, life is virtually bankrupt.” The greatest form of bankruptcy in life is not money, but people. The right people are worth everything. “The richest people in the world build networks; everyone else is trained to look for work.”

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Relationship is wealth in waiting. Everything you ever want in life is a relationship away. It is not enough to have talent and skills; you must understand the power of building valuable relationships. The greatest gift you can ever have in life is the gift of someone that is addicted to your vision and success. If you want to be rich, stay around people that expose you to opportunities and isolate yourself from people who hide opportunities from you.

There are some people that are liabilities to your future; take conscious effort to surround yourself with people that are assets to your future. if you surround yourself with nine losers, you would soon be the 10th one. Whether poverty or wealth, they are both a function of the people you spend most of your time with

Do a relationship audit for all of them by clearly looking at the value they have been adding to you over the years. Sum it up and cut yourself off from the people around you with a score point of 40 and below.


1. How have they been helping you discover yourself?
2. How have they been investing into your growth?
3. How have they been helping you in your journey of personal development?
4. How have they been stretching you to accomplish your goals and aims in life?
5. How have they been helping you develop your relationship with God
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 Sit down and look critically at all the relationships in your life and cut off those ones that are fueling your failure.

Don’t go into the future with a ‘liability;’ go into the future with people that would add value to you and recognise your worth. Hang out with friends who are like-minded and who are also designing purpose-filled lives. You need people that believe in you, people that invest in your dreams and goals, and people that bring the best, not the stress out of you.

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