Look at The Fruit in Their Life: Choosing A Mentor Part 4

How to Choose a Mentor? Tip Three {in our series}: This May be the single most important proactive thinking you could do to impact who you choose as a mentor. Look at the Fruit in a Person Life before you choose them to be your Mentor. I have personally always chosen mentors who were AT LEAST a season ahead of me. While I do believe you can learn from your friends, and even those younger [...]

By |February 17th, 2012|Blog, Coaching, Mentoring|4 Comments

Who Has God Put in Your Life: Choosing a Mentor Part 3

How to Choose a Mentor? Tip Two: 2) Look for women God has Naturally put in Your Life God designed the family for many purposes, one of these is for mothers to teach their daughters, grandmas to teach their grand-daughters, etc...  If you have a daughter, teach her, begin a relationship of teaching, otherwise it will be difficult to do it when they are older.  Find projects to do with her, so she learns how [...]

By |February 15th, 2012|Blog, Coaching, Mentoring|1 Comment

Choosing a Mentor: Series Part 2

How do you Choose a Mentor? Tips to Choosing Wisely: 1.) Pray This might seem obvious, but it is necessary because God may have someone else in store for you than who you have in mind.  We need to be willing to let Him provide... I have been abundantly blessed by mentors God brought into my life when I needed them most and didn’t even know it. We need to pray for God to bring [...]

By |February 14th, 2012|Blog, Coaching, Mentoring|1 Comment

Three Tips to Choosing a Mentor or Coach

How do you choose a mentor? It’s a question I get asked often. I began purposefully gleaning wisdom from older mentors since the time I was about fifteen. Right around when I accepted Christ and recognized, “I didn’t know it all.” Different seasons in my life brought different types of mentors. For example, when I was in College, I asked the Campus Relations Director's wife to be my mentor.  I observed her marriage and family, [...]

By |February 13th, 2012|Blog, Coaching, Mentoring|1 Comment