I come from a place where mentoring is the linchpin to someone’s success. I can attest to the fact that I would not be where I am today without proper guidance and instruction from those who are better than me or who have been through it before. I listen attentively and I give every bit of advice that I receive careful consideration before implementing it into my plan.
Mentorship is a crucial part of growth and advancement. If you want to become better at doing something (even if you’re already pretty good) you should seek out a mentor to help guide you toward continued growth. In a recent article on garagegymlife.net, I explain how training at home does not have to be a solo endeavor. How a mentor can advance even the most introverted people. More importantly, I explain that mentorship is a critical component of tangible growth for training and exercise.