Passing the Baton
People who become successful don’t often make it all by themselves.
Becoming a leader or a CEO requires hard work, dedication, vision and,
most importantly, help. Family and friends can offer a lot of support,
but a mentor-mentee relationship can be especially fulfilling. Having a
shoulder to lean on and a wise mind to bounce ideas off is exactly what
can propel a business idea on to the next level
Mentoring is a great tool for individual self-improvement, but it’s
also a mechanism for passing skills and knowledge down from generation
MentorProfile gives you access to various types of Mentors:
Mentors from afar – Authors and Contributors document stories of highly successful and inspiring leaders. These are the people you relate
with and learn from by reading books and listening to videos and
podcasts. You may attend a conference to hear them live and possibly
even meet them at some time. You can learn a lot from very gifted and
successful people this way.
Peer Mentors – This is someone who is on a similar journey to you, Someone with whom you connect well. When you get together you come away inspired; have picked up a few ideas and pointers; and you feel good. This kind of relationship can work if there is mutual respect and if the relationship is mutually beneficial.
“If you tell me who your heroes are, I’ll tell you how you’ll turn out.” - Warren Buffett on Mentoring
“Mentors by far, are the most important aspects of businesses.” – Daymond John
"Success leaves clues." - Tony Robbins
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