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I am a motivational mentor.

I inspire my clients through my example. I love to be supportive of their needs. This helps me reinforce my skill set.

I look at what motivates me, and I apply that to my motivational mentor practice. 

I devote plenty of time to help my mentees. It makes me feel good to be passing along my expertise. I am happy to help in any way I can.

I use personal examples from my life to assist my mentees. I am patient. I know how it feels to learn something new. I take all the time they need to feel safe. I understand the learning curve.

I look to my own mentors for advice and guidance. I see qualities in them that I admire and would like to emulate. I do my best to model their excellence in my mentoring practice. I am very fortunate to have wonderful mentors.

My mentors have given me a leg up, and it is my joy to pay it forward. By paying it forward, I am not only enhancing my mentees’ lives, but I am enriched in ways that only service to others can.

Today, I am the kind of mentor I would like to mentor me. I mentor out of the goodness of my heart. I know by helping others, the world becomes a better place.


Self-Reflection Questions:

  •  How can I become a better motivational mentor?
  •  What skills do I have in my toolbox that would benefit others?
  •  Where in my life could I use a mentor? Who can I think of that would take me to the next level of mentorship?

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