We will talk about how to find a mentor, but first let’s talk about why!
In my view, it starts with the Declaration of Independence of the United States. What, you say! Just hear me out.
For a United States citizen, the Declaration of Independence expresses that we have the right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. It is not the pursuit of pleasure or the pursuit of wealth. It is more toward the feeling one enjoys when one is content and enjoys life - - happiness. It is also not about the achievement of happiness, but the pursuit.
A person cannot engage in the pursuit of happiness without the liberty or freedom to do so. If you were not free, then you would not be able to pursue.
Similarly, you must have a life and an attitude to move forward to be able to exercise your freedom.
All elements are needed to be successful. You must have life, liberty, and then you can pursue your happiness.
Fortunately, I want to present to you a way to feel engaged in life, to exercise your liberty, and to pursue your happiness in a new career field by providing access to individuals experienced in their respective career fields. They can pass on to you their insight into what is truly involved in their career field, what causes some people to succeed while others fail. This is the best way to determine how to find a mentor.
They can help you get access to information about your desired career in a timely manner and without a hassle. Instead of trying to learn information about who you might be able to talk to about being your mentor, then trying to convince them that they will enjoy mentoring you and defining a way to do just that, you can just look at our list of Mentors.
I established Career Redo to give you a quick and easy way to learn more about your desired new career.