Humans are one but the desires we let control us our many. Desires often pull us in different directions--harmful directions.
Oftentimes life choices are difficult, even too difficult to hit the mark on one’s own. And hitting the mark in life does not always mean taking the higher paying job, it means taking the job that is best aligned with our life goals.
Discretion and discernment are key in pairing these 2 things together, and what’s more, the individual is not always best equipped to solve his or her own problems, especially because individuals do not always see their options clearly because they are bogged down by unrealistic expectations and unfounded fears. Oftentimes individuals are so close to their own problems that the solution to these problems is not obvious.
Enter the role of the mentor.
Mentors work with individuals to make sure that their health is good and that they are not injuring themselves mentally. It is the mentor’s job to assess an individual's goals and make sure they are good. Then the mentor must work with the mentee to create realistic benchmarks for the mentee to follow on his or her way to that goal.
The job of the mentor is therefore as emotionally fulfilling as it is rewarding and for this reason mentor’s are well compensated for their efforts.
Mentors are in high demand and so along with a substantial paycheck the position comes with a range of advantages including:
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These benefits paired with the terrific salary make the job of a mentor attractive. To the Mentee, the Mentor becomes more than just an extension of his family, he becomes a father figure who is intimately linked with his aspirations and dreams. The Mentor occupies an honored position in society and is a necessary figure who creates a scaffolding for the new generation to climb so that it can surpass the achievements of the last generation.
The job of the mentor is one of a few key professions that enable people to help others while improving the lives of others.