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Crowns mentors with the glory they deeply deserve. -Dennis O'Neill Marked by way of humanity, perception, transparency, and attractive frankness. -Dr. Thomas Fudge attention-grabbing effortless learn and compelling consultant to a significant existence. -Kenneth Hooper not just for "professional mentors" yet every body concerned with humans. -Wayne Shaw demanding situations you to take away "facades" and have interaction in self-examination. -Brian Usher Compelling, articulate, and insightful. i could not positioned it down. -Keith Parks Demonstrates that few blunders are ultimate; the adaptation is how we react. -Ed Wickens Candidly confronts the uncooked truth of disasters and successes. -John Kennington enticing, heartbreaking, certainly uplifting booklet, jam-packed with hard-won perception. -Dr. Kenneth Jacobsen demanding situations us to evaluate existence as mentoring moments delivering avenues to development. -Dr. Shayne Tracy Compels us to percentage his existence reports and to exploit these classes to develop as mentors. -Mark MacLeod. Dr. Donald Carmont brings to his mentoring and management consulting perform an services in humans talents received from greater than thirty years of management, instructing, education, writing and talking to thousands of individuals in approximately thirty nations. greater than 10,000 companies have had staff in attendance at seminars that Don has performed in meetings, study rooms, and on-site for agencies all through North the US, the united kingdom and Asia. earlier than setting up his education perform, Don used to be a church chief, pastoring church buildings from Atlantic to Pacific, accomplishing radio and tv declares, and vacationing the realm as a convention speaker.
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For example, participants in a recent seminar, when asked what they do, said that they underwrite mortgages. ” That describes the vision of the value. ” That, too, captures the vision of value. The third aspect of vision suggests a personal vision. I have begun to use a simple formula that captures the essence of this: self-awareness + self-acceptance = self-concept. And self-concept is personal vision. In Dr. Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search for Meaning, he talks about his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp.
28 As we thumbed through other photographs, my eyes fell on another taken that same year at Christmas. 95 from the Eaton’s catalogue) and sporting a pair of dress slacks and a sports jacket. I had never really thought much about this, until I began to make the connection between the mental pictures we hold and the personal visions we create. Throughout the most difficult times in my life, I’ve never permitted myself to picture myself as down and out (although I’ve been down, and I’ve been out).
I would perform solo on the piano or sing (and did so publicly and on television). ” This belief goes something like this: “If you’re going to get it done, you had better do it yourself. Working with others doesn’t work that well. ” In spite of this belief, which I carried into my adult life and career, I experienced some degree of success. Maybe it resulted from sheer ambition, hard work, aggressiveness, or luck. It wasn’t until later in life, when I hit the wall and experienced burnout, that I learned the joy of teamwork—of capitalizing on the strengths of others.
The Naked Mentor: One Man's Journey... One Man's Journal by Donald M. Carmont