peer pressure

Positive Peer Pressure

peer pressurePeer pres­sure typ­i­cal­ly has a bad con­no­ta­tion, but hey not all peer pres­sure is bad. If you align your­self with pos­i­tive peo­ple pret­ty soon you will find your­self rais­ing your stan­dards to want to be like them. Sur­round your­self with peo­ple who influ­ence you to be a bet­ter you.

Remem­ber  that birds of a feath­er flock togeth­er as lame and old as that sounds it is quite true. Take a look at any­one who mis­be­have and has a bad atti­tude. Gen­er­al­ly, they have friends that behave just like them. Peo­ple have a cer­tain mag­net­ic affin­i­ty about them. We all attract what we believe. What makes a group of peo­ple uni­fied is how they think.

Peer pres­sure is one of the strongest meth­ods to influ­ence peo­ple it’s almost like a game of mon­key see mon­key do (not that you love­ly peo­ple are mon­keys).
It does feel good to be part of a group no mat­ter what the group is doing.This is because as human beings we are a social species, we like feel­ing accept­ed.

How to create positive peer pressure

Pos­i­tive peer pres­sure can be real­ized by hav­ing a men­tor. Have a men­tor who is where you want to be, learn from the mas­ter. We are always stronger when we have sup­port, no mat­ter what skills you have you can nev­er be good at every­thing. Hav­ing sup­port teach­es you to accept this. Part­ner with some­one who has an exper­tise in your area of weak­ness.

If you are not able to find a men­tor watch youtube videos. There are plen­ty of pos­i­tive moti­va­tion­al chan­nels out there and trust me it helps. I per­son­al­ly watch a moti­va­tion­al video every day. What this does is cre­ate a moti­va­tion­al shield around me that dis­pels all neg­a­tive thoughts and I’m fired up for the day. Every time I start my day like this I feel my doubts fad­ing and I have a more pos­i­tive out­look on life.

I con­trast this with start­ing my day watch­ing neg­a­tive videos about con­flicts and all of a sud­den I feel neg­a­tive. My thoughts become neg­a­tive and my whole day is messed up. Yeah, I know that sounds dras­tic but try it your­self you will dis­cov­er the truth. You can also join a group.Groups can also hold you account­able, mak­ing you much more like­ly to achieve your goals. How much faster does a project get achieved when it is sep­a­rat­ed into dif­fer­ent parts? if the group you are in has a pos­i­tive out­look  every­body will want to work togeth­er to bring about a fruit­ful project.

Using peer pressure as a tool for success

If you want to reach suc­cess the best way to do it is to be apart of a group of peo­ple who have done what you are try­ing to do. Par­tic­u­lar­ly those that were in a sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion you are in before they became suc­cess­ful. This will tell your mind that;if they were like me what’s stop­ping me from doing this? it will give you a strong push to suc­ceed. Peer pres­sure is one of the num­ber one rea­sons man has made so much progress in var­i­ous fields because man can only do so much alone. Take a look at orga­ni­za­tions and mas­ter­mind groups and peo­ple work­ing for a com­mon goal.We bounce off each oth­er cre­at­ing one giant pos­i­tive mind or we become part of a neg­a­tive mind­set depend­ing on our choice of peers.

Chal­lenge your­self today. Extract your­self from neg­a­tive envi­ron­ments and stop lis­ten­ing to neg­a­tive peo­ple. Your future self will thank you for it. Also, you can become the pos­i­tive influ­ence in your cir­cles. Be the per­son who radi­ates pos­i­tive ener­gy and pos­i­tive peo­ple will be drawn to you. 

I hope this post was uplift­ing please sub­scribe to my list for more moti­va­tion­al con­tent and as always stay moti­vat­ed.

 

 

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