If you’ve ever had someone truly inspiring in your life, who reached out to give you help and direction when you most needed it, you will appreciate the powerful new book My Mentor: Direction for Successful Twenty-First Century Leadership.
“I now know that a mentor is more than a confidant. It’s a teacher, motivator and life-long friend. It is an important element of success.” – Laura London, Cambridge University graduate student and former Director of International Alliances for Kaplan University
This wonderful book shows just how important one inspiring person can be in another’s life. It tells the story of the 15-year relationship author Phillip C. Reinke shared with his mentor, “a present-day Socrates, ancient yet wise beyond his years,” and a man who gave him timeless advice.
My Mentor relates experiences that range from humorous to heart-warming to heart-breaking, “each having a life-changing lesson that made me a better person for having been a participant. I wanted the readers to share in the wisdom of my mentor and also show people who mentor the methods and techniques of a good mentor.”
“With each new lesson, each new story, you become more engaged and find yourself sitting in the author’s shoes; almost as if his mentor was talking to you too. Although his name is not revealed, which adds to his intriguing stature, the author’s mentor commands your attention and respect.” – David P. Leib, Founder Mentorfly, www.mentorfly.com
About the Author
Phillip C. Reinke is making meaningful and significant positive differences in the lives of individuals and the performance of organizations. He is the founder of the Continuous Improvement Institute (Cii), which takes organizations from surviving to thriving. He lives in South Florida.