“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” This quote by Jim Rohn changed my life. No doubt it has changed the lives of countless people. While we can debate the source of the comment, there is little debate of the impact the thought put into action can have.

But do you know who you spend the most time with?

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According to Statista.com, the average internet user spends 151 minutes per day on social media channels. That’s more than 2 and ½ hours a day, nearly a full day of waking hours per week!

Time spent on social media channels is often filled with negative news, messages, and divisive comments and banter. What’s more, time spent here is often taken from those we would otherwise spend time with in person.

Even when we’re together, often we find ourselves embedded in our electronic world. This influences us in many ways, mostly negative.

When we do find positive messages, they often create envy and jealousy. We compare our blooper reel with everyone else’s highlight reel.

This often impacts our self image resulting in negative thoughts and feelings. We spend the most time with ourselves. If you’re hearing and seeing negative messages all day, it will be challenging to have positive comments and conversations with yourself.

Could we improve our inner circle simply by improving the conversations we have with ourselves? Of course. Since man obtained language it has been recorded that we’ve used repetitious language, chants, songs, and sentences to remind ourselves of things we desire to see in our lives.

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How’s your self-talk? Not just what you verbally say, but what you think as well? Simply using your thoughts and words proactively can and will improve your life. And it will lead you to choose a better circle of “friends”.

Most people love social media. I do too. But let’s augment our electronic “friends” by listening to motivational, informational, and inspirational ideas.

Improve your life by improving the calibre of ideas and people you listen to. I’ve been doing it by listening to Audible for years. You can too!