5 Keys to Being a Great Mentor

What if you realized that being an effective mentor was as much about you as it was about your mentees? Believing that you have the time to mentor someone else starts off with a shift of your mindset, and here’s why. When you think of it as a time drain, it is becomes exhausting, and the commitment is not valuable to you. However, when being a mentor is done with the right intention, you walk out of each meeting with more energy and focus than you ever did before. The reason is that when you do something that fuels you it doesn’t matter how much time you are committing, because your intention allows you to walk lit up, inspired and ignited with energy.
This article is put together from an interview I recently did with Kim Ades, a highly acclaimed author and international coach, and CEO of Frame of Mind Coaching. She shares with us five key principles will make you a more effective mentor.

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