Updated: Jul 24, 2019
How is that true? It’s true because everyone is connected to someone else. If you have any direct or indirect interaction with someone then you’ve been mentoring. So the question is not are you a mentor but what kind of mentor are you? We are all influenced by the people around us. Everything you do has the potential to affect someone else, for good or for bad. We are all farmers, planting seeds with our words and our deeds. Whether we like it or not, we are all mentors. Some teaching helpful skills, others modeling destruction.
The mom that drives a carpool of kids to school every morning is a mentor.
The eighth grade Algebra teacher is a mentor.
The third grade student that pushes the younger kids on the swing at recess is a mentor.
We communicate things to others when we’re present and when we’re absent. Our actions speak clear words to others. We are all teachers and we are all students. Now that you know you’re a mentor, you can learn how to do it the right way.
Guys & Ties Girls & Pearls.