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Monday Minute--Leadership Thought (Monkey See, Monkey Do)

The people you spend your time with will inevitably reflect your behavior, which is why it’s important to associate with role models who have habits that you want to mirror.

If you’re trying to lose weight, spend more time with friends who practice healthy habits and will motivate you to stick to your goals. On the other end of the spectrum, if you’re trying to quit smoking but hanging out with people who continuously smoke cigarettes in front of you, you’ll be much more likely to slip up.

Today’s challenge is to incorporate more healthy role models in your life. If you have a friend to reach out to, make a plan to catch up!

If you don’t have anyone to physically spend time with, turn to the Internet, where you can observe positive behavior from the comfort of your own home. Social media makes it easy to connect with people who share common interests and goals, so explore what’s out there!

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