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Life coaching and mentoring transform lives. When I first entered the world of life coaching and mentoring, I had trouble understanding the difference between the two. Was a mentor also a coach, and could a coach be a mentor? It got more confusing when I researched online and found conflicting definitions. Some websites even said mentoring and life coaching were the same thing. I can see how people might come to this conclusion. Life coaching and mentoring are two ways to transform people’s lives. They both help people overcome obstacles and achieve their goals. Even the skills overlap, including... (Read More ...)

Finding opportunities to be a mentor is easy, as long as you’re not expecting to get paid. You can mentor new employees in your business, passing on your wisdom and knowledge of the profession. You can volunteer to mentor at-risk youths who desperately need guidance. You can even look into mentoring online with college students. What’s great about all of these options is that they provide you with the experience you need to be a professional mentor. Most will even give you training before you start. Not only is it easy to get started, but people actually enjoy mentoring. The MENTOR... (Read More ...)

Are you a Coach or a Mentor? Do you consider yourself a Coach? . . . or a Mentor?  While the two terms are related in some ways, they are worlds apart in others. Coaching or mentorship? If you see yourself one way – and your client the other – there could be a conflict. Mentorship refers to a relationship of one who has a great deal of life experience or knowledge with one who is less experienced or knowledgeable.  The more knowledgeable person essentially helps guide a less knowledgeable person through the vagaries of life and experience. True mentorship is more than just the occasional... (Read More ...)