DailyQ #22: What to look for in a mentor

What do you look for in a mentor? Troy Hoffman has received free advice, paid for mentorship, and been seeking guidance everywhere for 25 years to solve the problems in his life. Do you have the willingness to listen to council?

To identify a mentor:

  1. Find someone with experience in an area you want to grow in.
  2. Confirm you're willing to spend time with and learn from them.
  3. Ensure they want to pour into you.

Where do you want to go in your life? Where are you stuck?

When you least expect it, the mentor will appear. When you're busy grinding and doing the work, that necessary voice will show up magically, but you've got to listen when they pour into your life. Take the action and test it for yourself. All the coaching and knowledge can be provided, but you'll continue to circle if you don't take action and apply the lessons to your life.

Are you willing to listen to this mentor and take action from them?

Free mentors may appear in your life and sometimes you have to pay for them, but find the person that will move you forward. Around the age of 17, I was involved with Amway and sought out mentors then. I'd drill them full of questions and have been practicing this for 25 years with every mentor around me.

What action are you going to take in the next 48 hours to find the mentor you need to solve your challenges? Who is that person? What are you willing to spend? What are you willing to do with the information they give you?

Now go and live your destiny!


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