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Over 70% of you will spend more time with your colleagues than you will with your families. So, if you're going to be spending *that* much time with them it makes sense to work out who you should be spending most of your time with. Watch how you can learn to build relationships with the different types of characters you work with to foster genuine relationships.
In this video, we're going to look at peer to peer relationships. We're going to look at finding your tribe. Now, over 70% of full time employees will end up spending more time with their co-workers than the actual families. And I'm going to repeat that because it's crazy when you think about it - over 70% of full time employees will spend more time with their co-workers than their actual families. Now, this is great because what it does is it creates tons of opportunities for new experiences and new friendships, building new memories with your colleagues. It does hopefully show you the importance of managing those peer to peer relationships because, yes, those relationships with your boss, with your manager, your relationship with the person who owns the company, all that stuff is really important. So are your peer relationships - your relationships with people at the same organisational level as you, you really start thinking about that.
So what we're going to do is look at them in three groups. So, the first group that we're going to identify is the high achievers, what I call the high achievers. And you'll know the other people that you work with who are self-motivated, who are eager to learn, who are the ones that are producing results. You'll recognise them. But I want you to know that they're the people that you'll be doing business with in the future. They might be your colleagues, they might be your network, your supporters, your customers. And the reason I say that is because good people go on good journeys and they're likely to be going in the same direction as you over the next 10, 20, 30 years. So don't get competitive. Get creative. Because if you want a really fulfilling and rich career, you need to ensure that you're surrounded by people on the same journey as you. No matter what you're doing. You need people on the same journey as you. The same growth mindset. So, share in that success. Share your failures. These people can be your biggest network of supporters. They can be your biggest teachers. So learn from them, learn from each other.
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