Attention Young cooks, bakers and supervisors, accomplished chefs, managers and restaurateurs: FIND YOUR BENCHMARK, LISTEN, WATCH AND LEARN. Once you have reached a level of success in your life then it is time to be that benchmark for others.
For those seeking to define their place in the world-whether it be professionally or personally, the one piece to the puzzle that allows this to truly happen is the mentor relationships that a person takes part in. The mentor is a person who has the attributes that most closely align with defined success, has the experience of years that allows him or her to speak and act with authority, the passion and drive that keeps him or her in the forefront, the honesty to tell it like it is and the compassion to keep a mentee’s best interest at heart.
Webster’s simply defines “mentor” as:
MENTOR: “someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less experienced and often younger person”
Although this may be the literal definition it fails to focus on the scope of the relationship that exists between mentor and mentee and unfortunately assumes that the…
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