How Young People Can Make Their Business Grow While Beating Competition
The football analogy of business: how young people can get it right and succeed competition
Business is a game with only the best players smiling at the end of the day.
Like a game of football, it requires collective responsibility, with each player playing different roles, but supporting one another.
Just like in football, where the coach who has experience guides young players; young people should have mentors who will be on ground to guide them and advice them on key steps to take in moving their business forward.
In view of this; this article treats:
Five Great Benefits Mentors Provide to Young People in Business.
Before outlining the benefit of mentorship, it is important you know what mentoring is all about.
A mentor is someone, who can guide you through the start up process and provides advice as you need it.
The startup process here refers to your new business.
Who is a Mentee?
The mentee refers to a person who is being guided or provided with advice.
So, having known the meaning of a mentor, let us get to know the benefits young people can tap by being mentored.
The Benefit of Being Mentored (Messi)
1. Access to Resources:
Just like a football coach who ensures his young players have access to the best of facilities and trainings; the mentor provides the mentee with the needed skill sets through trainings and advice. These trainings help develop untapped skills and usually lead to perfecting already developed skills.
Considering the Guardiola -Messi Analogy; Guardiola during his time in Barcelona developed Messi into what he is today-the best player in the world while Guardiola himself became the world’s best coach.
Looking at the above scenario-we can see that they both became fulfilled.
Hence, mentorship provides a platform for both the mentor and mentee to derive fulfillment or satisfaction from their relationship.