Thanks to a blog post by Michael Hyatt, I’ve been working on my life plan. In one sense, I’m approaching 50 and perhaps it’s time for me to decide “what I want to be when I grow up.” In another, I’ve experienced that writing down a plan itself leads to a greater sense of commitment to the actions necessary to implement the plan successfully. I rediscovered this sense of commitment recently on a particular topic in my life plan: mentoring.
I believe it good sense to surround ourselves with trusted advisors, coaches and mentors. Each brings value to us in different ways. My own framework of advisors, coaches, and mentors looks something like this: