Your Five

It is never easy to find the kind of people who can help you find your best self. Not only that, you’d have to regularly think if they should be the same people (have you outgrown them?).

Best case scenario, they grow with you. πŸ™‚

If there is an overarching theme to the things I do — I would say it is about connection. The interest in connecting those who are disconnected, and contributing to form deeper relationships.

Which brings me to a ‘light-bulb-moment’ earlier this week on how to approach my channel trailer. I got the idea for the video (trailer) — but then wondered how it connected to all the videos I had.

With ideas, I found that whenever one comes, to always find a way to save it in some form. Then, when you can execute, DO IT! Then worry about the next step, when it comes.

So I did, I planned for the video, shot three versions of it (since I only had my memory to remind me the length required by YouTube). When I was ready to upload, I selected one of the three, and came up with this:

Amazingly, this also gave me the chance to include (part) of a song I wrote. I had initially earmarked it for a documentary project, which had not gone ahead — so am really excited that it was a possibility for this video.

Now, after putting that video up, I now had my next challenge: ‘How to connect that to all the videos I had’. Second ‘light-bulb-moment’! πŸ™‚ (you can find the content in my about page.)

As I mentioned in the information section of the video. ‘Your Five’ was inspired from a quote from Jim Rohn: “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”

You can think of your five as your ‘team of advisers’ as mentioned by Sonia. Or maybe people you’d have closest to you.

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Note: For a balanced perspective, don’t forget these people.

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