sage from the stage

Because of the information overload that we all experience in our everyday life, before we zero in on a mentor, we need to be wary and take caution in deciding whom to choose. We need to be careful who we listen to and who we follow.

Often those who have mastered the least are the ones that talk the most. As Darren Hardy points out, “It’s easy to find people willing to give you advice, it’s hard to find people with advice worth giving.”  

There are people around there who give out complex messages or teach difficult to decipher lessons in order to attract clients and students. Instead of getting seduced by their trickery and pompous guru-like personas, we need to become more conscious so that we choose the right mentor for ourselves.