Mentors, Why You Need One

A MENTOR
is defined as a wise and trusted  counselor or teacher. Or an influential senior sponsor or supporter.

If your a business man or women then great for you.  I have one question for you,  who is your mentor?
There are so many people to look up to for advice and to duplicate what they are doing to achieve their success.

Eric Worre, Steve Jobs, Robert Hollis, Bill and Cynthia Delany, Mel Roberts  and more.  There are a ton of people outbthere out there to follow and learn their secrets of success. 

How To Choose A Mentor

Have you already choosen a mentor?   That’s great for you!  I’m so happy that you’ve found someone to look up to.

A good mentor should be someone in your business industry.  Wether you’re an entrepreneur,  working in the corporate world you need to find someone who has a proven track record of success.

They should have the skills, knowledge, and be willing to assist you with any questions or conserns that you have.

Great Mentors 

Should have the same values that you do.  Honesty, Integrity,  Compassion, Empathy,  A Passion To Coach or Train You. 

Is the person that you want to follow someone worth your time and investment in yourself?  If the person whom you choose to follow has all the qualities you are looking for in a mentor, then go for it!

Gain The Advantage!

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5 thoughts on “Mentors, Why You Need One

  1. I don’t have a go to mentor but a set of “gurus” who influence my day to day decisions as a Freelance Writer whether they know it or not!

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    1. Octavia,

      I think that mentors come in many forms. Passages from the bible, a favorite quote, a guru, a moving speech or wherever it comes from, then let that inspiration become your inspiration to keep you motivated.

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