Whether you have a mentor, can’t seem to find one, or haven’t even thought to look, Jayme Hull walks you through every aspect of this critical relationship, including:
- Its purpose, value, and benefits
- Marks of a healthy mentoring relationship
- Initiating, navigating, and even ending a mentorship
- Becoming a mentor to others
MY REVIEW: The opening was attention-grabbing, and I really enjoyed the story of transitioning from home with parents to trying to make it on her own in NYC. Who hasn't gone through something similar when it comes to a transition period like this?
However, I will admit that the book lost me pretty early in when it went from making on her own in NYC to all of a sudden throwing bible quotes out there and talking about making it big in NYC with hardly any transition on how she got there. I found it hard to read at that point. Too much of a content gap.
MY RATING: 3 stars for it starting off good but I couldn't finish it.