A mentor is a person who is a trusted guide!
Do you have one?
“If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants: Mentors extend vision and enable mentees to attain greater heights! "
- Isaac Newton
Do you have a "giant" you can trust?
EA calls our giants Sherpa. They are trusted life guides.
Mentors provide undeniable counsel and resources that are not necessarily or readily available or accessible. One of the key realities on life’s journey is the fact that no one can ‘do,’ or ‘go’ or ‘be’ without others. In life, we need others, and others will need you as well.
Sherpa Silas talks about what he did. What can you learn from his journey?
...and evaluate what you are hearing.
"What is inside of you?"
What do you do everyday and what is the process you used to find your career?
"Millennials choose work they like over making a lot of money."
Abi has made a huge difference in many lives through mentorship.
Abi is a photographer
She gets paid to take pictures of people and special events! (Weddings, Graduations, Individual and Family Photos)
She is also a phenomenal mentor! Mentorship is very important to her.
Mentors can give give you guidance for life and/or help you develop your interests.
There are lots of different kinds of mentors!
Give guidance, direction and encouragement for life!
Being in nature can be inspiring!
Can increase your vision!
Finding your passion leads to a fulfilling path.
Passion is a feeling of intense enthusiasm towards or compelling desire for someone or something.
Abi shares her soul.
The care of another can go a long way!
How can mentorship be beneficial?
Let's talk to Abi about hers!
"Its not about finding your passion!"
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Did you get all that?
The 5 Lessons People Learn too Late in Life.
Call me when you need a friend!
...they may tell us something personally we need to know!
Check out this great video! It may give you some tips and tricks. These are the kind of things Nathan did as he was growing up. Make some observations, interpret the information and then apply it in the decisions you will be making going forward. Remember--we reach our goals one small step at a time. Find out more about Nathan Siple and where his questions and getting involved took him!