While mentors often do appear in the form of teachers, you will find them in many other walks of life. Perhaps they’ll be family members, friends, managers, the CEO of your company, of a competing company, you name it. Whoever they are, they should be people you feel comfortable turning to for advice and guidance.

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Written by lyceum
274 days ago

Inspiring piece on why you should get a mentor. I will show this post to my friend and sort-of mentor.

It was interesting to see a list of examples of "mentorships" during the history. Could you come up with some more?



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