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  • Nov 6th 2018 at 7:38 PM
    Why Is Mentoring Important?

    Mentoring is important, not only because of the knowledge and skills students can learn from mentors, but also because mentoring provides professional socialization and personal support to facilitate success in graduate school and beyond. Quality mentoring greatly enhances students' chances for success. Research shows that students who experience good mentoring also have a greater chance of securing academic tenure-track positions, or greater career advancement potential in administration or sectors outside the university.

    A recent survey of graduate students at UNL revealed that those who had developed mentoring relationships with faculty members were more likely to:

    * receive financial support for their graduate studies in the form of assistantships, scholarships, or fellowships

    * exhibit greater productivity in research activity, conference presentations, pre-doctoral publications, instructional development, and grant writing.

    * experience a higher degree of success in persisting in graduate school, achieving shorter time to degree, and performing better in academic coursework.

    I straight up lifted that from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln website (

    I point it out, as I have seen mentorship help me develop as an Entrepreneur. I've seen people go from making $100 a day to $1000 a day with mentorship. It takes a quality mentor to be able to help someone achieve those types of results.

    So my question, do you have a mentor?

    What makes a quality mentor?

    If you have a mentor, are you getting quality results with them?

    Are you growing or are you stagnant and becoming stale?

    The big brother and sister program is where an adult mentors a troubled child in order to get them on the right path. In a vast majority of cases, the kids end up doing well and become pillars of society. Think of that when it comes to your business. If you can mentor, that's awesome. But if Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Warren Buffett, and Jeff Bezos have mentors, it makes sense that you and me should have one, as well.

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    Nov 8th 2018 at 8:29 AM by Caroline Kish
    Hiya. Only gripe I have with so many wanna-be mentors is that they think they're capable of being a mentor after completing 2 lessons of a training course. Too many mentors are frauds who simply twist peoples' thinking away from helping their families to live with comfort and security to suddenly absolutely needing the latest Ferrari. To me that's just not being a mentor. Your mentor must put your customers' needs ahead of yours and the mentors. Without that failure is on the cards very soon.
    Nov 9th 2018 at 1:38 AM by Johnny Ray
    Hey Caroline, I absolutely agree with you. I've had my mentor for a little while, it's actually a team, and they bring really great results. I've seen many mentors just not have the results... it's better to have the results speak for themselves. In this case, these guys have the results. And it doesn't cost anything to be a part of it, which, for many people out there struggling, can they afford another $500, $1,000, or $5,000 or even more for a 7 figure mentor? Probably not. These guys are 7 figure a year earners and they don't charge a dime. Personally, it's heaven sent.
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