Some of the most valuable things in life are your relationships.
Your friendships are really important because who you hang out with can make or break you.
You become like who you hang around. If you hang out with lazy people who have no vision and no direction for their lives and are happy just getting by, then you’ll probably end up in that same boat. But if you hang out with people who are hard-workers, full of vision, and who are always trying to better themselves, than chances are that’s the kind of person you’ll be as well.
The Take Away:
Make it a point to build good friendships. The Bible talks about iron sharpening iron. Good friends will do that. They’ll make you sharp and help you push through the tough places. They’ll be your biggest cheerleaders and will celebrate all of your victories.