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The purpose of life is to live! Ultimately, it is up to you to determine how you will live and what you will do with your life. There are times when we all need an assist from a "personal mentor".
Personal Mentoring Services (PMS) is that helping hand when you need a "sage on your stage" or a "guide on your side
Personal Mentoring Services (PMS) provides you with your own private guide so you can learn how to be the person you have always wanted to become. Listed below are several benefits of Personal Mentoring Services (PMS). Please take a moment to consider how each one may be, especially, applicable to you:
1. Mentoring is about developing the promise and potentials of you, the protégé, mentee or learning partner, inclusive of your deepest hopes, dreams and wishes;
2. Mentoring is about searching for meaning, purpose and value in life and how the “pot of gold” is not always at the end of the rainbow, but often IS the rainbow;
3. Mentoring is about learning how to learn with what you have to work with and then doing something productive, constructive and actionable with what you have learned;
“Standard Access” is the preferred access mode for most all PMS Protégés.
“Premier Access” is the preferred access mode for PMS Protégés who choose to receive personal mentoring services either before or after “regular business” hours.
“Concierge Access” is the preferred access mode for a select number of PMS Protégés who choose to receive personal mentoring services, ad lib.
“Special Access” is the preferred access mode for PMS Protégés who are just “launching” into young adulthood, are serving or have served their country through military (or comparable) service, or those who are truly in great financial need.
Many people I have encountered over the years erroneously believe they are “worth” what they want to be “worth,” what they hope to be “worth,” or even what they idealize themselves to be “worth.”
Those who are extremely concrete and literal, incorrectly, assess what they are “worth” by the “bottom line” of their financial portfolio or the kinds of “perks” they have at work or the “pedigree” of their material possessions.
In my opinion, however, “you’re worth what you settle for!”