Reaching Down to Build Up: #5 What Mentors Avoid
I prefer to work in the affirmative, guiding what TO do and limiting the things to talk about avoiding. But in a somewhat “duh” kind of environment where most of what you learn you already know (you just needed the affirmation and structure), pertinent negatives are important.
While our own mistakes often make us wisest, being shown a wanted poster ahead of time helps us avoid the danger, or quickly bounce back after a bad run. Check out these keys you’ll find absent in the best mentors.