From Athlete to Coach to Mentor: a pathway to a lucrative career

From Athlete to Coach to Mentor: a pathway to a lucrative career

Good athletes make great coaches, and as it turns out, good coaches make fantastic mentors

It's the natural progression of things. You were in athletics to make a career. Maybe you made it big in a big way, or maybe you made it big in your region or your community. The point is you learned your trade, you were good at it, you fought the good fight, and now you are ready to give something back. Maybe you have already transitioned into coaching. We all know that the best coaches come from the very sports they are teaching, but we also know that it does not have to be the same sport. The specifics of the game change, and these can be learned, what is harder to aquire is the ability to identify with up-and-coming talent, the ability to communicate with them, and change them, literally shaping them into something that is good for the whole team.

Now think of a company as a big team and you'll quickly see where this argument is going. Yes, if you can effectively shape pro players you will be able to effectively shape businessmen or women in whatever field they need to or desire to be in. You have what it takes and you have believed in others, now it is time to believe in yourself. Take your talent and start earning a fantastic salary and benefits to boot.

You have the essentials of Mentorship from your experience, what is left is to translate some of your skills so that they work in the field of business as opposed to in the sports arena

And happily for you this is a fairly painless transition. Some of the advantages of this profession include a flexible work schedule and the ability to earn a substantial income.

The course duration is 1 year or less. During this time the student will learn how to listen to a Mentee, guiding him away from delusions and career paths that will end in financial riot, and steering him toward paths, perhaps even more ambitious in terms of the effort and the output that must be put forth to achieve them, but that will lead to substantial goals and a quality of life that is ultimately what the Mentee is seeking. Tools for both setting benchmarks and achieving them must be implemented as well as an array of methods assess their effectiveness. The Mentor must be a friend, but also firm and persuasive. He must correct and encourage the Mentee so that substantial changes are made in the Mentee’s life and desired outcomes can be attained. Ultimately, the Mentor is in charge of the Mentee’s physical, emotional, financial, and psychological health and for this reason he must be well-versed in the disciplines of communication, language, physical sciences, life-coaching, business and finances, as well as psychology. The Mentor must be flexible and able to adopt methods that will encourage his clients and enable them to grow socially, physically, emotionally, financially, and intellectually at their own pace.

Mentor courses are a fulfilling and rewarding experience in life. After completion of the course you will have the opportunity to obtain a well-paid job through the Program for a Profitable Career or to confidently advance in your Professional Career.

 

Being a mentor is not your typical 9-5 job: It comes with advantages that create a stress-free, care-free lifestyle including:

A private pension to give you peace of mind
A modern home for the comfort of you and your family
Paid vacations so that you can relax with your family
Awards and prizes including $36,000 to the employee of the year

Let’s face it you have to make a living one way or another. What better way to achieve financial stability and comfort for you and your family than by improving the lives of others.

There is no better time to start on a pathway toward financial balance, psychological comfort, and begin enjoying all of the advantages that come from a profitable career!

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