Everyone should have at least one mentor, preferably at each life stage, as we are learning and navigating our chosen paths.  I have had many and have several now too. When I think of each one, I smile because of the fond memories and experiences we have shared.

We are human. We learn from and mimick each other, which is why I think it’s important for us to have people that we look up to and admire and who provide us with examples of how we want to live and practice being who we are. 

Knowledge is easily transferred from the one who knows and has wisdom and the one who is learning and back again. We shape each other, and that’s a beautiful thing. Choose wisely with whom you surround yourself and share your time.

Who are you some of your mentors and what are you learning?  Who do you admire and for whom are you grateful. Tell them. πŸ™‚


4 thoughts on “Mentors

    • I agree with you that it takes a village to raise our kids. As for finding a mentor, I usually find them by observing others and identifying the traits in them that I wish to hold. I then try to spend time with these people and ask questions and am curious about them. People like to talk about themselves and to share and to be helpful. I just have to be vulnerable and able to ask the right kind of questions. Hope that helps. πŸ™‚

  1. Lovely article, as always, Adriana. My mentors are people who make mistakes in a spectacular way. They remind me to read broadly, to keep myself updated and to search myself for things that I need to tweak. People who avoid the cutting edge remind me that there are benefits to living a quality life and that I should always try to stay ahead of myself. I hope your weekend is going well. x

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