Mentorship
The Brick by Brick Apprenticeship has 4 key components:

1)  Work
2)  Education
3)  Goal Setting
4)  Mentorship
What is a Mentor?  
An experienced, and trusted advisor.  Someone who is invested in your future. 

If I were to look back at my 28 years in business, I was fortunate to have multiple mentors.  They are enormously important.  Learning from experience (mistakes) can become a very costly education.  Mentors provide a sounding board, and a mirror at the same time.  

Colleges tend to have advisors (like a high school guidance counselor) and the proffesors often post "office hours" for 1-2 hours per week if you need some help.   Both are valuable, but not what I have in mind when it comes to Mentorship.  


Mentorship in the Brick By Brick Apprenticeship?  It is a "contact sport."  On the field.  Intense.  Goal Setting.  Accountability.  Almost like a personal trainer for the first 4 years of your apprenticeship.  






 

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And the massive, life changing lessons are usually not taught in college.....they come through mentors and the school of hard knocks (experience)

School of hard knocks, life lessons, mentorship