I’m sure there have been a lot of people who have been able to attend your coaching programs, your mentorship, your workshops. I wonder, are these people more of company founders or professionals, and when they have finished your sessions, do they go on to become founders or do they have a sort of a level up in their careers as professionals, what happens then?
Of course, they have a level up in their career. When you work with people, first of all, you develop the mindset. Skillset without mindset is not worth anything. And that’s when a lot of people go wrong in the marketplace – they just teach you the tactical tools. That’s what people buy because it’s easy. They think it’s going to work. It’s just a band aid solution. It doesn’t work.
So the mindset transformation and expanding people’s worldviews, expanding people’s bandwidth of possibility. That is something that is with them for life.
Because I have worked with Ron, that emotional intangible outcome and the work that I’ve done on myself to know myself, to know what I’m here for, to really be able to articulate your passion, to be all of who you are, that’s with you for life.
That isn’t something that. It’s intangible. And again, I keep on repeating it because that’s the value of mentoring. It stays with you forever.
And then of course you go into the more tactical pieces. So this is how you might leverage LinkedIn in order to scale your career. This is how. You develop a personal brand that is based around you as an individual. And this is how you, for example, position yourself in the marketplace. This is how you have a level of congruency in your career. And of course, that attracts more opportunities because you have the ability to stand out. You have the ability to be seen.
In the social age, it’s really, really important to be seen.
People want opportunities. People want clients and to have connections, but they don’t want to be seen, they’re too scared of standing out. It doesn’t work that way either. When people work with me, you get the mindset and you get the skill set. And what I do, it’s all pieced together. You get to be that leader, you get to have this congruency with everything that you do. You get to understand things that you wouldn’t have come across because it’s unconventional and it’s not publicly available knowledge.
There are many benefits of engaging a mentor. Sometimes I tell people I don’t care if it’s me. It doesn’t definitely doesn’t have to be me. I’m not the fit for everyone, but someone.