In order to do people math effectively, it's important to start by identifying your purpose. What is it that you want to accomplish or achieve? What are your goals and aspirations? Once you have a clear understanding of your purpose, you can start to evaluate the people in your life and determine who is helping you move closer to that purpose and who is holding you back.
On the flip side, sometimes it's necessary to subtract people from your life in order to truly live your purpose. This can be a difficult decision, particularly if the individual is someone you care about deeply. However, if someone is consistently negative, unsupportive, or actively working against your goals, it may be time to reevaluate the relationship.
Doing people math can be challenging, but it's important to remember that it's ultimately about aligning with your purpose. By surrounding yourself with individuals who support your goals and aspirations and removing those who do not, you can create a more fulfilling and purposeful life.
Sometimes in order to live your purpose, you have to do people math. By adding individuals who support your goals and removing those who do not, you can create a more fulfilling and purposeful life. It's not always an easy process, but by approaching it with empathy and understanding, you can make the necessary changes to align with your purpose and live your best life.
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3 thoughts on “Doing People Math: Aligning Your Relationships with Your Purpose”
Interesting concept… people math. I do love numbers and I do love people!
As a past Math tutor, I was intrigued by this concept of people math. Thanks for sharing the value of adding and removing people to ensure you’re lined up with those who are in alignment with your purpose.
Loved this idea of people math; and 👍🏻, the people who we surround ourselves with matter.. we need to make the right choices so we can grow and thrive and help them grow and thrive at the same time..