Do You TRUST Your Mentor???
First of all a mentor is…
men-tor — A wise and trusted counselor or teacher.
Second of all trust is…
trust — Firm reliance on the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing.
With that cleared up…
People who give trust, CAN be trusted. People who do not trust others are NOT trust worthy. It’s that simple…
Think about the last time someone didn’t trust you… Did they prove to be worthy of trust? I highly doubt it.
As with everything in our world Trust has two sides and both serve their purpose.
So how do you trust people? You just DO. It’s all about your attitude and changing it to get what you want.
If you want to trust people, give it first or you’ll be considered untrustworthy.
Everyone gets burned more than once in life but, the ones that succeed are those that get burned, learn and keep trusting the right people.
As for trusting mentors, do I need to give the definition again?
If they’ve reached a level of personal development and you want to be there, then you should seek them out to teach you how to get there with ruthless efficiency.
Mentors serve 3 major purposes as a resource.
After you’ve gotten over yourself or distrust, you decide what who you want and go get a mentor.
With learning to trust achieved however, you will break through obstacles and become more powerful every day.
“Self trust is the first secret of success.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Who is your mentor?
Are you following exactly in their steps? Leave your comment below.