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We will discuss the value of having an experienced mentor, and the importance of being a mentor to help guide future leaders.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Balsamic Onion and Goat Cheese Pasta, and the "adventure" recipe will be Seafood Potato Bake.
Several years ago a dear friend and mentor of mine died suddenly. I never got a chance to tell him how important he was to me. I am not alone. Many people never get around to thanking the people who made a major difference in their lives.
Walter Green is not one of them. He never has to worry about expressing gratitude to those who had an impact in his life. Over the course of one year, Green traveled around the country on a "Journey of Gratitude" and thanked 44 men and women who gave him a helping hand at various stages of his life. He said he wanted to tell these men and women how much they mattered to him before anyone’s health or life was compromised and the opportunity slipped away.
For 25 years Green was the Chairman and CEO of Harrison Conference Services, a leading conference center management company. Since selling his company, he has mentored young adults and is actively involved in several non-profit organizations. He lives with his wife Lola in San Diego.
Join me on Thursday, June 11 from 10:00-10:30 a.m. (PDT) as I talk to Walter Green about thanking the mentors in your life.
God provides spiritual mentors to disciple us, so that we in turn can disciple others, a spirtual mentor trains us to train others.one of the greatest joy of a spiritual mentor is to see there disciple turn around and begin mentoring others. paul told his disciple timothy that the things timothy learned from paul should be taught to others. whether you are looking for a spiritual mentor or seeking to be one for someone else.in reading the book of 1 Thessalonians which is a great book from which to draw out principles of spirtual mentoring we can see that paul uses the way we treat one another as christians
Join Coach Cindy Gibbs as she talks about a couple of the common threads that seem to surface during the masterminds and mentors group discussions. Learn of the discussions behind the scenes of why these threads exist and the approach that can be taken to make changes to those threads.
Join Becca Salamone for Mustang Mentors on Southern Horse Talk as she talks with Mary Miller Jordan about her new non-profit, I AM HERD, and its inaugural event on October 31 in Lumberton, NC. Mary shares her inspiration for the organization, as well as its mission and goals, that of encouraging others to "hear their own heart."
I love the quote from Tony Robbins which says, 'Succcess leaves clues.' I believe that success does leave clues and that Mentors leave maps. In fact, they don't only leave maps they are able and willing to guide you through each part of the journey. Join me as I share the power of having mentors in your life for every area of your life.
Showtime 6:30 PM Eastern
REAL Women in Trucking, Inc. seeks to connect more experienced drivers to new female students entering trucking for mentorship. Tonight we introduce 3 of our Mentors who will talk about themselves and we will get an actual trainer's perspective on what she expects from her trainee to teach her to become a qualified truck driver
9:00 PM Finding a Mentor
If you can find an experienced employee to be your mentor to be your organizational sponsor and help you understand and navigate the organization's culture and structure - can be a great asset to your career. Rod will cover 10 steps to finding great mentors in this episode of "Own Your Career".
9:45 PM Career Management Questions
Rod will take your call-in questions (347-857-3320) and review the mailbox questions submitted this week
The Proverbs teach, when a good man dies, he leaves an inheritance to his grandchildren; but when a sinner dies, his wealth is stored up for the godly. Exactly how might that proverb apply to a generation of historically disadvantaged Americans in line to inherit something of value. This week your American Mentors are responding to events in Ferguson, Missouri that call for equal treatment under the laws of the land. Justice, for far too many historically disadvantaged Americans, represents an unattainable goal. But what about economic security within a context of national security? Might we address the issue of systemic failure in the Micheal Brown, the Jordan Davis, the Trayvon Martinin in a common quest for national security? We'll be talking about the process for becoming a YouthUSA economic beneficiary, the responsibilities that come with inheriting wealth, and an inclusive vision for the future through partnership with Operation Hope.
JOIN US! Saturday, 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 9 am Pacific as your American Mentors engage stakeholders and beneficiaries in managing The Inheritance.
You heard that Attorney General Eric Holder plans to resign, and you’ve been wondering about the president’s choice on Holder’s successor. You also heard from members of congress and candidates for office that elections in the U.S. are just around the corner. And then there’s the news of security threats in the Middle East, 3000 lives claimed by an Ebola crisis in West Africa and recurrent threats to historically disadvantaged lives in the American homeland.
This week the one brother we hoped could help bridge a gulf of mistrust is dealing with trust issues in his own house. First, you should know that threatening the President of the United States is a class D felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871. Such a threat consists of knowingly and willfully mailing or otherwise making "any threat to take the life of, to kidnap, or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States. Five to ten is the time for doing the crime that has a maximum fine of $250,000.
JOIN US! Saturday, 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 9 am Pacific as your American Mentors join POTUS in asking, ARE YOU READY?.
This week's episode focuses on how mentors have helped me throughout the years from my days in seminary and throughout my career as an ordained Minister. I feel my mentors in ministry helped me navigate the ups and downs of parish ministry and has been valuable as I entered the world of business. I will also discuss a three year program I completed for new Pastors, which also helped me thrive in ministry.
One of my passions is creating a mentorship program for entrepreneurs. I will discuss how a program like this can help entrepreuners learn the tricks of the trade so they may be able to master any situation they encounter in their business.
Mentors taught me that my formal education wasn't intended to give me the answers, but that it would give me the skills to find the answers for myself; That the time to quit is when it isn't fun anymore; That my work is serious, but I shouldn't take myself too seriously.
What I learned from Mentors is that it doesn't matter where you come from as much as where you are headed.
Something to think about: The printing press was invented when over 90% of the population of Europe was unable to read or write.