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re: How to Find Your Mentor VIEW POST

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Anyone can teach you. A mentor usually makes a time commitment to you and attempts to share what they think you need to know. Sometimes the relationship between mentee and mentor becomes strained. I've had a few mentors over my lifetime and I've been a mentor a few times. I believe it is an unwritten, and sometimes written, contract between two people where one knows that the other will sacrifice their own time to help the other improve in some way. And why does the mentor do it? Maybe for the public good or because they like you or believe in you.

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