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I’ll kick off by getting straight to the point…
I mentor people who are determined to go places and get significant results and I love mentoring people who want to excel.
If you are looking for ordinary mentoring, this is not the place.
Because I combine quality mentoring with subconscious power.
As part of my mentoring program for clients, I coach them on how to use their subconscious mind for greatest effect.
My approach is holistic. For example; while mentoring in the area of a client’s choice, I teach people how to think in ways which are extremely beneficial and how to feel different. Effectively dealing with stress is a prime example. Another is overcoming subconscious blockages, many of which people are unaware.
In fact, I am so cheeky and effective that I will help you get more out of your mentoring even if you are being mentored by someone else already!
To arrange mentoring, contact me here, or fill in the form at the bottom of this article.
Mentoring is available:
- Face to face
- On the phone
- Over VOIP such as Skype, which can include video if required
- Via email
- Via chat/instant messaging apps
Not everyone knows what mentoring is, or what it involves; so here is some more information.
Definitions of mentoring, or mentorship, can vary. Simply speaking, mentoring involves personal development and empowerment assistance by the mentor (me), for the mentee in a field of their choice. Other, earlier terms for mentee have included: protégé (male), a protégée (female), or apprentice. Based on mutual respect and trust, a helpful relationship can develop.
A good definition, and my favorite, of mentoring is:
“Mentoring is a process for the informal transmission of knowledge, social capital, and the psychosocial support perceived by the recipient as relevant to work, career, or professional development; mentoring entails informal communication, usually face-to-face and during a sustained period of time, between a person who is perceived to have greater relevant knowledge, wisdom, or experience (the mentor) and a person who is perceived to have less (the protégé)” (^ a b Bozeman, B.; Feeney, M. K. (October 2007). “Toward a useful theory of mentoring: A conceptual analysis and critique”. Administration & Society 39 (6): 719–739. doi:10.1177/0095399707304119.)
As a result of my mentoring, clients progress in finding the right direction, and at times life purpose, and develop solutions to issues and problems. Mentees gain greater confidence, self-awareness and self-belief while taking greater responsibility for their lives.
I mentor in a number of areas, including:
- People skills
- Working as an employee
- Personal relationships, including dating
- Managing staff – HR
- Personal development
- Spiritual growth
- Life management
- Some women’s issues
- Dealing with difficult people
- Coping with intensely difficult challenges
When mentoring, I am person focused. Clients can experience a sense of partnership and even friendship, though the process can be more formal if required.