10. Don’t stop until you find ‘the one.’
Think of a mentor as a GPS navigator. A great coach understands your intended destination and helps you find the best route. They don’t judge you for wrong turns along the way. Instead, they simply ask questions that help you self-discover and grow into who you want to become.
Finding the perfect coach is also like finding your spouse. You likely need to explore different people before finding the “one.” Chemistry is important in any relationship, and mentoring is no exception. If you don’t like your coach, “break up” with them and find another one. Trust your gut. When you find the perfect coach, you’ll know—and your results will prove it! — Shaun Rawls, lifelong entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Rawls Consulting