Mentorship - Be grateful for good mentors
Updated: Mar 11, 2021
Many times, we are all so focused on generating business and getting work done that we remain rather focused on discussing that only. After attending thousands of meetings and work calls, I’ve come to the realization that people instantly jump into talking about work instead of initiating a general conversation.
Wouldn’t it be great if we all showed our human side a little more? What if we started all conversations by simply asking a person how they are doing? Whether it’s your colleagues, partners, or clients, I believe empathy is the key to successfully build your relationships.
One of my greatest support pillars and treasured mentor once told me that we need to learn how to pay attention to our emotions. That being said, I would like to introduce you to a fantastic person –Daphne.
Daphne is a wonderful colleague and mentor who guided me and helped me assume my current role. Not only is she a fantastic human being, but she also excels in her career. After years of struggling and overcoming obstacles, Daphne has become a great blogger and influencer with a lot of knowledge that she loves to share with others!
In my opinion she is a great blogger and influencer (the best Microsoft Brand Ambassador).
This empathetic soul is surely the ideal example of perseverance and effort.
While I can go on and on about how amazing she is, you should take a look at her LinkedIn page to get to know more about her.
“No man is capable of self-improvement if he sees no other model but himself.” -Conrado I. Generoso
We all need role models. Someone we can look up to, someone we can learn something from. If you ever find yourself at a crossroads, look around you. There might just be someone you can learn something from.
Having a mentor by your side means having a partner to support you, guide you and care for you. You won’t have to walk alone in the journey of your transformation.