In this video I’ll be showing you the right method to find a mentor:-
How To Find A Mentor!
A guy named Kevin Trudeau initially introduced me to the concept of mentorship.
I was listening to an audiobook called YWIYC.
He spoke about how a mentor can help.
Here’s the thing,
You can either learn from failures or other people’s failures.
Yes, you heard that right!
You don’t need to fail in order to learn that something doesn’t work.
You can ask other people who’ve made it and they’ll tell you what doesn’t work.
It can save you a lot of time, energy and cash.
I’ve always had mentors and I continue to have them.
Everyone has a mentor.
Infact, everyone is a mentor to someone else and is also an apprentice.
You could be a father and be a mentor to your kid.
You could be a mother and be a mentor to your kid.
You could be a teenage kid helping your friend out with math, you’re a mentor.
Everyone is a mentor and everyone is an apprentice.
In this video we’re going to talking about how you can find the right one!
so let’s get started…
But before…you even think of mentoring let me tell you a few requirements!
If you want a successful mentor:-
- You first need to be coachable.
- You need to know what you want.
- You need to have your family on the same page – you don’t want someone else to undo it.
Steps to get mentored well:-
- Find one person and stick with him – research before you pick and once you do, stick with him.
- Get rid of people that pull you down.
- Pick someone who’s more successful than you.
- Pick a good mentor.
Now, let me tell you a few qualities of a good mentor and a few qualities of a bad mentor, this can help you look for them.
- A good mentor keeps it real, raw and authentic – he doesn’t sugar coat stuff – a bad mentor will give you feel good info.
- A good mentor will always correct you when you’re going on the wrong path – a bad mentor doesn’t know the right path.
- A good mentor isn’t cheap – a bad mentor is. (If you’re not paying with cash, you’re paying with something else.)
- A good mentor isn’t a crook on the side – a bad mentor is a crook.
- A good mentor doesn’t use very deceptive and shady tactics to sell you, he doesn’t need to – the bad mentor will do whatever the fuck it takes to sell you.
- A good mentor doesn’t want you to “love” him, he wants you to get successful with the info he shares – a bad mentor wants you to love him so he can make money off of you.
- Don’t have too many chefs in the kitchen.
- Once you find one, stick one.
- Don’t ask other people’s opinions about your mentor once you choose him.
- Conduct the research yourself – don’t be lazy.
- Know what you specifically need help with.
- Find someone better than you.
- Believe in them.
- Take Action.
- Get rid of or undo previous mentors.