The 4 strategies of an intentional apprentice

Who doesn’t want to have good mentors? They don’t just grow on trees, however. You have to cultivate them; and that takes training, discipline and hard work.

The 4 strategies of an intentional apprentice

 

In this week’s episode of the Reinventure Me podcast, my co-host, Armin Assadi and I discuss four strategies you can employ to become a better apprentice—and land mentors that can help you unleash God’s purposes in your life.

These include:

  • Starting small & staying focused on one thing you’d like to pick up from one person.
  • Pursuing the best mentors your network can offer.
  • Preparing yourself to learn the most you can from the time you have with your mentor.
  • Owning the cultivation of the mentoring relationship.

We explain each of these in the How to be an intentional apprentice podcast. Take a listen, then comment on this post or the show notes and let us know your thoughts.

What other strategies of intentional apprenticeship do you practice?

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