What to do before you got a mentor

People who had used a mentor says that it was difficult to exact know what they want out of a mentor. One way is to try to find out what kind of experience and what you want to learn, once itś over. And during the first meeting things use to get clearer.

One of my own tip is to try to put together a plan for the next 3 month and for the next year, a sort of life plan. You can f.ex. read and listen to Michael Hyatt and what he means about the subject: Michael Hyatt

«With Creating Your Personal Life Plan, Michael Hyatt has fired A LASER BEAM OF FOCUS into a world of uncertainty. Finally, a brightly lit, well-marked pathway for the person who desires true and lasting success!”

New York Times Bestselling Author
The Traveler’s Gift, The Noticer, and The Final Summit

Reminder on Life Plan for 2012

As a consultant within personal and professional development I get to be a part of people and their growth on both personal and professional level. I am very thankful of this and am excited every time.

When I am working with personal development, mentoring, training or other consulting business I am always looking for what others have said or done on the field. I am very humble that I am not expert on every field, and that is important for me. And then I try to implement some of their things into mine to get the best result. A consultants or trainer who don´t look at others and are doing everything out of their own head are a poor one.  You don´t have to invent the wheel every time. But of course you must follow the laws and regulations on writing and what is yours and what are others.

And again I want to remind you of Michael Hyatt and his Life Plan, download it free from his site and start planning you 2012.






Life Plan

Why is it that many people feel as if they’re drift around in the world? They work hard, but they don’t seem to get anywhere. Maybe it´s because they haven’t spent enough time thinking about what they want from life, and haven’t set themselves formal goals. After all, would you set out on a long journey or a vacation with no real idea of your destination? Probably not!
Creating your personal life plan is a powerful process for thinking about your future, and for motivating yourself to turn your vision of this future into reality. Michael Hyatt has put together «A Step-by-Step Guide for Designing the Life You´ve Always Wanted».As Michael Hyatt say´s, there are three reasons for why you need a life plan:

  1. It will give you clarity about where your life is headed
  2. It will keep you in balance when things get crazy
  3. It will give you peace of mind, knowing you are are addressing those aspects of your life that matter most

Creating Your Personal Life Plan is not so much an e-book as it is a life planning experience. In the e-book, Michael will take you through:

  1. visualization exercise that will give you enormous clarity on what matters most.
  2. five-step program for identifying where you are NOW, and how to get from here to where you want to be.
  3. weekly and quarterly process for keeping your life on-plan and moving in the direction of your highest priorities.
  4. Two planning templates, a Word document and a separate Excel document, that will make it easier for you to create your plan and keep it up-to-date.

Click on the picture, download and start working on your goals for 2012. Good luck!