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Mentoring other Virtual Assistants

Updated on February 26, 2017

From children to adults...

Mentoring is a very rewarding experience. There is nothing like sharing your vision with others that you work with but there is also something about sharing to others that are working on joining the same career as you.

I know, I know, some of you say, "There's not enough business for everyone. I'm not sharing what I know because they may take my clients." Well, I'm here to tell you...when I first started my VA (Virtual Assistant) business, I was thinking the same thing...turns out that there is money to be made everywhere!!

Don't let your worth be devalued, but don't devalue your worth by not sharing....Pass it on!

It is so rewarding, like I say, to have these three ladies contact me (at any time of day or night) and ask some of the same questions I have asked or they have something totally different going on. Along with them, I too, gain research and new skills along the way.

Mentoring others doesn't just help them, it can be of great help to you also!

Yes! Not only have I shared, they have shared with me. It's beneficial to everyone!!

So, the next time you think about not sharing or don't have time to deal with another person because your life is so freaking hectiic...you may be missing out on one of the greatest opportunities of your life!

One of the people that you mentor, man or woman, may be one to even point you to a job lead or even hire you for a service that they do not want to deal with.

Sharing is caring and caring is sharing...it took me a while to come to that realization but my mentors have really helped me to realize that there is plenty of work for everyone.

So, go find someone to mentor and live, laugh and learn together. It makes sitting at home in front of the computer less monotonous and may just cheer you up!

Thanks for reading my article and I hope that it has "helped" you :) Have a great day!

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© 2017 Cheryl Haynes

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