Do you have a great mentor in your life?
Were there people in your childhood, at school, or at work who pushed you to new heights and inspired you to dream bigger?
When you’ve faced real challenges, who showed up for you in your moment of need?
If you answered yes, you already know that mentors are extraordinary people. They can lead us to new opportunities, help us triumph over the toughest things we face in life, and push us to be better fathers, husbands, and business owners.
As I interviewed today’s guest, Wayne Herring, it became clear to me just how impactful mentors can be. Wayne is the founder of Business Builder Camp, where he helps guys grow businesses to serve their families more efficiently, but he didn’t get there alone. He is living proof that mentors of all kinds help us thrive in good times and survive in bad ones.
We’re talking about the incredible lessons we’ve learned from others, and how you can use this wisdom to step up your game as a human being and show up for the people you love, too!
How to articulate your three-year vision for your life in business and at home — even if you suck at predicting the future. How to rebalance your life when it feels like everything is crashing down. How to support people you love — including yourself — through health crises and conflicts within your family. Taking time away from social media. The personal decision to give up alcohol — does it result in less fun? Big Questions Asked
Why do mentors have such powerful impacts upon us at every stage of life? How can we have more positive relationships with social media and our smartphones? What resources are available to men whose children are struggling with eating disorders? When loving on people, when is it right to push, and when is it right to give space and back away? Get the Full Show Notes
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