Think back to a time when someone inspired you.
Perhaps they spoke at an event you attended.
Maybe you connected with them through family and friends.
What was it about that person that was inspirational?
Was it the way they spoke or was it the message they shared?
You don’t need a face-to-face relationship for someone to be considered a mentor.
In fact, you could read about someone’s life story or significant accomplishments.
Sometimes, a TEDx talk or podcast touches your heart and soul. When you correspond with them through comments, posts or a conversation, you can make a great connection that may last for a reason, season or lifetime.
A great mentor will show you possibilities. While they shouldn’t decide for you, they can give you some much-needed guidance.
If you follow the guidance of a mentor and it doesn’t work out, it simply might not be the right path for you or maybe you didn’t follow all the steps. The responsibility lies within us.
While there are mentors who might not be a good fit, it's up to us to discover what works.
But, once you do, you will have a powerful resource to help you thrive.
I’m personally grateful for all the mentors I’ve had over the years and those I’ve mentored.
You never know whose life you are touching right now. Similarly, take time to acknowledge the mentors, guides and gurus who move you.
Mentorships can be a powerful force for good. Let’s continue to do our part to get tuned in and turned on by it.
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Would you like to tap into the power of having a mentor? If you said, yes, then, let's connect.
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