Consider Mentoring a Small Group

Mentoring is not always a one-on-one relationship. If you want to see mentorship spread, you need to empower others to become mentors and this needs to be provided in a manner where they aren’t simply thrown into the wild to make it work. For some, a more social experience, as a co-mentor, may provide a natural growth – an experience where they become confident leading discussions with someone other than yourself. This is where a small group may be of value.

Reach Out

We can all feel a bit captive to our environments right now but don’t let it stop you from excelling at what you do. You’ve got this! If you don’t, reach out to other’s that can help. If you need to reach out, message me. Even if you just need someone to listen.

The first step toward success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself.

MARK CAINE
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