May 22, 2012
Your MonaVie Mentor
A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you than you see in yourself and helps bring it out of you.
—Bob Proctor, Author, Speaker, and Success Coach
We've all had mentors in one form or another. Maybe your first mentor was a parent or grandparent. Or, maybe it was a teacher who helped to guide you and provide the advice you needed to advance your education. You may even consider a famous person whom you never met to be a mentor.
Now that you’ve had a couple of days to let the messages and meaning settle in from the MonaVie Convention of the Americas, tell us, did you find a mentor when you were in St. Louis? Did you have an unforgettable “mentor moment”?
Did you receive some profound advice from someone at convention? Did you make a new contact that will take your business in a new direction? Maybe you found someone who helped you get out of rut? Were you moved by the wisdom of Dallin or Randy?
We know as a corporate team, we were all deeply inspired several different times. Now, we want to hear from you. Share with us below who your MonaVie Mentor is or who made a difference for you at convention this year.