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How to Find a Good Mentor?


Ruslan Galba - June 10, 2020 - 0 comments

How to Find a Good Mentor?

How to Find a Good Mentor? 🔮

Courtesy of @its.rachel.king

Stirring the pot real good with this one…⁣

I am in no way saying that you should fork over your hard earned cash to anyone who decides to call themselves a guru 🙅‍♂️

What I AM saying is that no ONE person/mentor is going to solve every problem you have or give you some magical result.⁣

There is value in drawing inspiration and value from MANY sources ✨

It comes down to how coachable you are and how well you can absorb from your mentor ☝

I will be further ahead in 5 years by learning from several sources and mentors than the one who is: ⁣

a) unwilling to invest in a mentor⁣

b) waiting for the ‘perfect’ mentor⁣

c) trying to learn everything on YouTube⁣

d) all of the above⁣

What are your thoughts? ⁣ 🤔

Do you receive ongoing mentorship? ⁣

There are plenty of things to look for in a mentor

There are plenty of things to look for in a mentor

But while you continue to look for the perfect one

But while you continue to look for the perfect one

I'll be learning from the first  relevant
qualified
available
willing  one I can find

I’ll be learning from the first

  • relevant
  • qualified
  • available
  • willing

one I can find

As it turns out the result of coaching depend more on the one being coached than the mentor

As it turns out the result of coaching depend more on the one being coached than the mentor

You could have the best mentor money can buy but if you don't work neither will the mentorship

You could have the best mentor money can buy but if you don’t work neither will the mentorship

Here are some questions to ask

Here are some questions to ask

When choosing a mentor  Are they where you want to be?
Have they experienced what they're teaching? 
Do they value learning? 
Do they push you out of your comfort zone? 
Do you vibe with them? 
Do they have references or social proof?

When choosing a mentor

Are they where you want to be?
Have they experienced what they’re teaching?
Do they value learning?
Do they push you out of your comfort zone?
Do you vibe with them?
Do they have references or social proof?

The most valuable aspect of mentorship is often intangible it's what you absorb from their mindset

The most valuable aspect of mentorship is often intangible it’s what you absorb from their mindset

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