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Be Accountable to Your Mentor by Blessing Akinwale

“Without counsel, purposes are disappointed: But in the multitude of counselors, they are established.” – Proverbs 15:22 KJV
Starting or growing any form of enterprise does not come without struggles, especially when you are new to that area of enterprise or work. Being smart and gaining knowledge is not enough to thrive in the place of enterprise.

Coaching and mentoring both exist for the same purpose: helping others grow, develop, and reach their full potential. Both methods allow individuals to take responsibility for their own personal and career development.

Success is not an instant thing nor a destination, it is a constant journey of unlearning, learning, and relearning especially from people that have towed the path and gained quality experience.

An example of this is the Paul and Timothy relationship. In the New Testament, the Apostle Paul exemplifies a successful mentor relationship with Timothy. Paul sees to it that Timothy is the right person for the job, equips him for ministerial tasks, empowers him for success, employs him in a challenging environment to develop effectiveness, and communicates to Timothy the value of their relationship. Paul’s approach to mentoring can be applied to contemporary leadership challenges as well.

By implementing Paul’s mentoring strategies, leaders can develop followers who are committed, motivated, and personally satisfied by their work, and who are prepared to face the leadership challenges of the future.

Every woman, be it an enterprise or a ministry should never think they know it all. Seeking advice will set you on a pace of developing solutions to problems easier than you can attain on your own

Prayer Moment
• Father, I come against every pride in my heart and anything that will hinder me from listening to sound advice.


• I declare that my eyes are opened to see who God has assigned to me to make this journey an easy one. I receive the insight to know and accept him.

• I gain insights from wisdom; I embrace understanding to forge ahead in my enterprise

Think Over it
What is God saying to me today?
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