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The coronavirus pandemic has changed everything about our lives in 2020. Many of us have become furloughed from our jobs, or worse, have been made redundant, and for those with jobs, their working lives have changed forever.
Quilt host Zeina Muna explains why it's important to seek out a mentor, and shares tips on how to get started. To join a Quilt chat with a leader like Zeina, click here. There are several different ways to approach mentorship, whether you're an entrepreneur seeking advice, an experienced person looking to share, or an employee looking to deepen your relationship to your work and your professional community. Whatever way you approach it, however, there's no denying its importance. Among entrepreneurs and professionals, mentorship is consistently touted as a crucial piece to the success story.
One of the most common questions I get asked from budding entrepreneurs is how did I know when it was time to commit to my business full time? Before I answer that question, I want to share my journey of how I arrived to start my marketing consulting company, Chipperfield Media.
If you love fitness and health, then it makes sense that you would want to centre your career around it. Many people who are passionate about fitness believe that there is nothing better than making use of their passion for living a healthy lifestyle by turning it into a lucrative career.
Open-mindedness and inclusiveness are what I project, even subconsciously. I have always been the non-judgmental type, allowing people the freedom to be who they want to be and express themselves without fear of judgment. I can vibe with it or not, but I’m not the type to judge.