Before you answer this question, you have to understand how I define Invisible Mentors. Here is my definition of Invisible Mentors from my concept paper.
“An Invisible Mentor is a training tool as well as a different way of thinking, to move professionals from one stage of their life to a higher one through the systematic use of books, interviews, conversations and articles. An Invisible Mentor awakens the “sleeping” genius within. To achieve this goal requires reading the right books, listening to the right interviews and conversing with the right people.”
So, who are your Invisible Mentors? My Invisible Mentors are:
Julia Conn Watt (She taught me to be a better listener, which is a critical skill for success)
Jim Rohn ( I have learned a lot from his books and training programs)
Earl Nightingale (His training programs – Lead the Field and The Strangest Secret have inspired me)
Key to Yourself (This book by Venice Bloodworth profoundly impacted me)
As I grow and evolve as a person, and unleash more of the genius within me, I suspect that my Invisible Mentors will change. At this point in time, who are your five Invisible Mentors and why? Let us learn from each other!
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