Be Your Own Mentor

“The journeys that matter most rarely come with a map. When you learn to mentor yourself, you become the kind of person other people seek for mentorship.”

Most people don’t have the answers you’re looking for — especially if you’re building something new.

Wes Kao explains the value of learning to be your own mentor and points out there are three situations where it’s especially important to do so including when it’s too time intensive to explain the backstory of your situation to somebody else, your work is confidential, or you’re in a situation your peers have never faced.

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