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Why you should pursue and stick with people on another level than you.
Ever heard that you the average of the five people you hang out with most? Well, it's a bit more complex than that. And as Benjamin Hardy explains in his book Willpower Doesn't Work, you are actually the average of the five people that your five people hangout with most.
It's about complementing strengths and weaknesses.
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Guy is on another level than I am. If I’ve had any motivation to keeping pushing on our startup it was at least half because I wanted to keep working with him.
An angel investor did a profile on us as co-founders as part of their onboarding process and it explained to us that Guy’s people orientation is off the charts. Literally.
Which is also how he found himself, unknowingly at first, in an ice-tub in Amsterdam during winter with bunch of experimental breathing experts who use techniques that allow their bodies to adapt to extremely cold conditions. That explains the ice tub. How Guy found himself in one and next to the CEO of a giant venture fund and idea laboratory for startups is because of his un-natural ability to connect with anyone he chooses.
The stories he’s told me over the years have been some of the craziest I’ve ever heard. And what we've been able to accomplish together was in huge part because we push each other in ways not necessarily possible if we weren't work
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