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Mentors are good for everyone. It’s the finding that’s hard.  Today we talk about how to get a mentor and how to develop the relationship.

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Ep-62 MentorsLife Admin
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Mentors are good for everyone. It’s the finding that’s hard. 


  • Mistake to think we need to actively find or choose and ask one.

  • More a mindset on both sides. Willingness to be one and to have one.

  • Once you have the mindset, then mentorships kinda happen. 

  • Do you already have one?

  • Unexpected places and people. Be open minded.

  • Other considerations: being someone or seeking someone respectable, in the literal sense of the term. Mentors don’t need to be highly placed. They need to be wise. 

  • They don’t need to be formalized. In fact, that might cool them off. 

  • They aren’t just about the job.

  • They are kinda like long friendships, in fact they often cross into that, but more that they need time and effort.

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