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In this episode Joel and Antonia talk about finding your tribe and how to make friends.

In this podcast you’ll find:

  • About our special guest: Sacha Lalla is a Women Empowerment Leader, speaker & coach, who helps successful women, who know they were meant for something bigger, take their life to the next level. Having successfully coached more than 300 people, Sacha has over 5 years experience in leading seminars, workshops and presentations to groups of up to 1000 people.
  • When finding your tribe, you need to ask yourself what your motive is and why you want it in the first place. What are you looking for in friendships?
  • Authenticity is the number one thing that make friendships work.
  • Most people have many acquaintances in their lives and when we were kids, we learned how to interact with our playmates and associate ourselves with different groups. Finding your tribe is more complex than that.
  • One of the biggest hindrances of building friendships is maintaining image and the projecting motives – people are usually in it because of business reasons.
  • The number of friends and the quality of relationships you have does not dictate your value as a human being.
  • The more you be yourself, the more people are going to love and want to make friends with you.
  • Where you are is the location. In order to find the people you want to be intimate friends with, focus on your motives and emit that energy to everyone.
  • Look for existing filtration systems. For example – workshops that talk about your interests and expertise.
  • There are 3 types of people who face challenges in finding their tribe:
  1. People who are shy and find it difficult to initiate friendship – Shyness and introversion is one of the best qualities in building friendships. Start with giving compliments. Be honest and authentic with your intentions and where you’re coming from.
  2. Environmental and geographical challenges. Meet new awesome people with the help of a tribe member and connect with them via email, Skype or social media.
  3. People who don’t take action.
  • Be conscious of the energy you radiate when finding your tribe. Ask for an honest feedback from your friends on how they feel about you being their friend.
  • We have the ability to maintain friendships virtually. Anytime you’re free, make sure you are connecting regularly.
  • A tribe isn’t just a set of friends. It’s more complicated than a one-on-one relationship.
  • In the world of building tribes, look for different tribes that radiate different types of energy.
  • If you’re interested to learn more about finding your tribe and creating epic friendships that can act as a trampoline for your life, check out Sacha’s page at

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  • Lyn
    • Lyn
    • January 4, 2022 at 2:47 pm

    Great to hear about everyone and difference between personalities

  • Stephanie Schmidt
    • Stephanie Schmidt
    • April 27, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    Thank you for this podcast, it is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I’ve struggled with authentic relationships for as long I can remember. The statement “unlearn the things from childhood” really opened my eyes. I feel I now have control to change what’s not working & actually have some tools to accomplish those goals!

  • Shelley Emory
    • Shelley Emory
    • September 25, 2015 at 12:42 am

    Antonia and Joe; I have so many questions can’t remember every podcast I have listen to as I go back & forth for the beginning to current.

    So here we go forgive all the questions

    1-I have a samsung galaxy nook tablet, what android apps are you guys a part of?
    2-What nook books could you recommend; I am all about taking my books with me everywhere. Sadly I have a nook and I know a lot of the books are for kindle. I would truly appreciate any books you could recommend that I could get for my nook.
    3-Can you recommend any places online to begin looking for friends?
    4-Besides myers briggs what are the other 2 personal types or forms?

    I just want to tell you I think you both are amazing and when my brother shared this information with me I was not so sure I would get into. I listen to you guys every day one my way into work and I wish I had a personal assistant with me to write down the things I want to remember.

    Thank you again. My personal email is and work

  • Charis Branson
    • Charis Branson
    • July 8, 2015 at 8:31 pm

    Lol Lisa! What a novel idea. Networking without resting-bitch-face. I should give that a try, too. ;)

    I’m glad you are enjoying our podcasts. Thank you for the feedback and good luck on your journey! It sounds like you are making positive changes in your life.

  • Lisa
    • Lisa
    • July 8, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    I’ve just listened to Sasha Lalla podcast. I love all your podcasts, but this one resonated with me so much. I am looking for what I want to do with the rest of my life, and I know it’s people-based. I’m starting to network without my bitch-resting face. I’m also meeting people who are putting me in touch with great individuals. I will start using natural filtration systems to attend events where the kind of people I want to know, and who may want to know me, hang out.

    I have my first networking event in a couple of weeks that has been put together by a man who likes doing nothing better than bringing together people who inspire him, so that they can inspire each other.

    When Sacha discussed “human beings you are tethering your heart and soul to”, I nearly cried. It is such a beautifully simple, emphasis on beautiful phrase.

    I am on her website now hoovering my way through the resources (can you tell I’m an INFJ).

    Sacha has put a happiness bubble around my heart .

    I am working my way through your podcasts, please keep up the excellent work. You have helped me with my self-development, and I’m eternally grateful.

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