Missed last week’s Motivational March post? Check it out here…
There’s something to be said about having a tribe. A group of like-minded individuals that understand where your heart lies and what you are trying to accomplish on a daily basis. People that are on a journey with you, and will always encourage and motivate you.
The best thing is, if you just sit still and wait, your tribe will come to you.
Looking to your peers for inspiration and motivation is a great way to ensure that you’ll stay on your positive path. Your greatest friends and confidantes will immediately take the role of an accountability partner, asking you how you’re doing with your goals, or even being a great example for you. I’ve gotten very lucky in that I’ve found a great tribe online and offline. My trip to Non Conference back in October solidified my tribe, and my goals. I found my people. Not only did I find them, but they accepted me with open arms and lots of ideas. I love people like that.
This Thursday, I get to interact with even more of my peers, and people that I admire. I’ll be on my way to Blissdom Conference in Dallas, TX. Not only will I get to see some of my tribe, I get to meet bloggers, writers, and all around amazing people. I’ll get to hug Lucrecer. I’ll be in the same room as Danielle. I just might get to dance it up with Jenny. And if I’m lucky, I may have some conversations with these ladies I adore. These are the peers I look to for prime examples of positive, poignant blogging and how to create quality content. They are also women I aspire to be like when I “grow up” in this blogger lifestyle.
So this is your assignment for this week: pay attention to your peers. Find the ones that inspire you and you aspire to be like. Tell them how they make you feel and, if you’re ready to take that step, find out if they will help you be accountable. It’s time to get moving and find your tribe!