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Today our guest is Ele Parrott who has authored a best selling book called Transforming Together: Authentic Spiritual Mentoring
Young women are crying out for someone older to care about them, to help them. Older women desire to be useful and productive. Those who have invested years of walking with the Lord themselves desire to be teamed up with this generation of younger women who are yearning for someone to show them how to walk through life with genuine faith in Christ.
Transforming Together presents the model for genuine spiritual mentoring through the power and work of Christ in the lives of women faithfully pouring into one another. Women, both young and old, will appreciate the dual focus on the roles of mentor and mentee. Building on real life testimonies and her experience as a committed mentor, Ele Parrott will guide women as they seek to walk with one another to greater faithfulness in Christ.
Maya Angelou, Barbara Walters, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King. History Makers? Yes! Inspirations? Absolutely! But last time I checked, I can't call any of these people up to ask, "Should I take that job offer?" or "Do you think I'm ready to start my own business?" or "Do you think investing in that company is a good move for me?"
Angelou, Walters, Kennedy and King, were and are all great INSPIRATIONS. BUT, we don't personally know and didn't personally know any of them. They are or were dream people you hope to meet, wished you could have met or hope to be like.
So when the tough life questions come up and you're unsure of your next move, who do you turn to for guidance. Who's the person you bounce your aspirations and far reaching dreams to? Who is your go-to person? For some, its our parents. After all, who knows you better than them? Or who you can trust more? But, what about professionally or spiritually, when your parents just can't help. Who then?
Well, what about a personal mentor? Someone who can guide and advise you in your career and even in your personal life. Yeah, that sounds good. But do I really need a mentor? I'm smart enough to figure things out. And how do I even get one? I can't advertise on Craigslist for that? Or do a google search? Can I?
This Saturday June 28, 2014 2 7:30pm EST, REAL TALK LIVE 216, is putting the topic of mentoring on the floor and having the discussion. REAL TALK LIVE 216 presents,"PAY IT FORWARD: THE POWER & THE GIFT OF MENTORING
In observance of National Mentoring Month, teen hosts Robert and Jessica discuss their mentors and the qualities they look for in a mentor. They are joined by Charles Rice and Jayden from the Journey 2 Manhood program at the Southwest Community Center. For more information on the program, visit their webpage.
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Sometimes during our life, it is required to seek guidance and mentoring. At times we stumble in life, not being able to see the forest for the trees. Help is close at hand. Seeking professional assistance for balance, a new perspective, clarity and a path to reach your dream can be the key to unlocking your potential. Heeding your soul's calling is all part of the program. Mentoring is more than one event, " fix me up" program. It is a long term transformation program over several months in order to become fully aligned with your authentic self and your soul's purpose.
Join both Angelina Alexandra and Barry Auchettl in this indepth show. Please join us to have your questions answered.
Jesus demonstrated mentoring for three years because it is soooo important! Spiritual mentors are seen all through the Bible. I believe lack of mentoring is what is missing among ministers who are quitting the ministry today. Is mentoring a lost art? Why resurrect it? What do you want in a mentoring program? A spiritual father or mother? What do you want to avoid in a mentor? What do you do when you find a prospective mentor? What are you willing to commit as a mentoree?
We will discuss how to become an effective mentor, and how to graciously accept effective mentoring.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes made for sharing with our group participants. The "safe" recipe will be Noodles with Pineapple and Vegetables, and the "adventure" recipe will be Veal Goulash.
Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle, your host of Women in Business Radio on Monday 7th October, 2013 at 11:00 am EST, where she talks about her Women in Business NEW Business Mentoring Programme.
Women in Business Mentoring Programme is a Cottle's Professional Consulting initiative, designed to assist women globally who have started a business and are faced with challenges in the development of their business. This programme has been developed to provide support, business coaching, resources and training. We hope to create a network and learn from each other's experiences. We also hope that members will forge meaningful networking opportunities, both online and offline.
Last Thursday, we launched our programme. An application form was posted on the Wall of Women in Business on Facebook, seeking applicants interested in becoming mentees. This month is our intake month, and we hope to begin our first session on the 1st of November, 2013.
Apply for the programme today! http://on.fb.me/15L71uA
HOST: Dr. Cheryl Cottle
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