Your mentor in your pocket

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Your thoughts (15) Your mentor in your pocket

It seems like all I hear about lately is mentorship.

This got me thinking: if everyone, even successful people, is talking about it, then surely it must be important.

A mentor is someone who guides you. It can be your teacher, a successful business person in your community or someone older and experienced in the career path you want to follow. A mentor helps you set goals and work on achieving them. But what happens if, like me, you can’t find a mentor in your community? I went online, now my mentor is in my pocket.

Barclays Life Skills teaches life skills like perfecting your CV, interview skills and how to boost your confidence. You can also get mentoring on money skills, so you know how to save and manage a budget. You can take the Wheel of Strength test to find a career that matches your personality.

The Pedometer & Weight Loss Coach encourages fitness by keeping track of your walking, jogging and running sessions. You can have groups on the app where people support and encourage each other. Get it here.

Take your school work to the next level with Level Up, an interactive app that rewards learning with shopping vouchers and airtime. There are daily challenges.

Easy English Tutor teaches English grammar. You will get to answer questions at the end of each section to test yourself and see your growth. The fun part is that you can share it and challenge your friends.

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Im a story and a poet writer where can I find someone who can make me grow in this industry?

1 year, 11 months ago

To have a plan about your future is good idea cause it makes you know what you want and things...

2 years, 11 months ago

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Hi Nkulueko2 Planning things and always reminding yourself of the things you would like to achieve.

2 years, 8 months ago
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