What is a Mentor?
There is a reason why Mentors are so sought after in the corporate world. Be it in the entertainment, sports or financial industries, everyone values a good mentor to help them navigate through life. Everybody needs a guide to help them make the right decisions and to learn from the wrong ones.
No man is an island and everybody needs somebody to help them understand themselves, their lives and their decisions and to help them through tough times. This is why having a Mentor can be highly beneficial for you and we have some of the best mentors with years of experience in the field.
Understanding the role of a Mentor
Therapist, mentor, counsellor, life coach, guides – all these terms can be very confusing.
A Mentor is not a therapist who will sit with you and listen to your problems for a fee. A Mentor is a balanced, optimistic and eager person who will guide and help you on the path of self-discovery, spiritual awakening and personal growth. Just like a cherished friend, a Mentor guides and supports people to help them improve their quality of life and to reach self-fulfilment and happiness. However, a Mentor is not going to coddle you and will be harsh sometimes without being discouraging. The concept of a mentor-mentee relationship has existed since the ancient Greeks. A wiser, older and more experienced person would take younger people into their wings to teach them all the essential life skills.
Why do you need a Mentor?
You will be assigned one of our Mentors to help you bring a positive change in your life.
Your Mentor will make sure you don't feel cut off and lonely and will help you improve your professional and personal life by transforming your view and approach to life.
People need Mentors when they are making difficult decisions in their lives.
With advanced scientific techniques like NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), our mentors equip their mentees with the tools required to deal with life even when the mentors are not around. Our Mentors want their mentees to be independent, hardworking and strong and they work hard at keeping mentees motivated and driven. At the end of the day, our Mentors help clients improve their mental, emotional and physical health.
Who needs a Mentor?
On the other hand, people who have severe emotional and mental problems need a therapist and not a Mentor.
With the support of a good Mentor, anyone can succeed.