Find Your Tribe


As I work to grow and share the lifestyle brand Living HIPP, I am keenly aware of the importance of tribes, and how they truly create the vibe.

It occurred to me that this applies to all of us, we need to be cognizant of our tribes and who we surround ourselves with.

Did you know you are a reflection of the 5 closest people you surround yourself with?

Write those 5 people down on a paper. Beside their name, write words that you would use to describe them.  Look at these words, are they positive, are they inspiring, do they make you feel good, is this someone you want to aspire to be (even in only some areas of their lives)?  

If you love the answers and this excites you.  Congrats, you are with the right tribe. If this list of names and descriptions doesn’t excite you, perhaps you need to think about what you desire more of in your life and align with the people that demonstrate what you value.

Think about this...

What are your values?
When it comes to people, what is important to you?
Are you a Dreamer?  
Do you live each day in reality and the “lot” you’ve been given, or do you have a dream in your heart?
Do you have magical moments?  You know those moments that you feel God (and the Universe) are conspiring with you?
Are you seeing the best in others? When you do, you bring out the best in you!


How about less judging and more acceptance?
How about less complaining and more complimenting?
How about look at the bright side of things rather than the darkness?
How about recognizing your strengths and not your weaknesses?
How about being braver to be you, and let your inner spirit soar?

Take time to look at your life, look at your tribe and make sure you are surrounding yourself with people who build you up!

Not everyone is going to like you, and that is okay.  They are not your people, they are not meant for you.

Find the people that lift you higher, believe in you, appreciate you, and bring you joy.

A tribe is found in the vibe.  May yours be filled with heart, soul, and kindness!  XO

Pam Guyer