The great thing about self-improvement is it never ends. Some folk hate that, and they struggle with it for a lifetime. The rest of us see it as something beautiful.
No matter how low things get, you were lower at some stage. You crawled out of that, so you can come back from this.
And no matter how good things get, you can always improve. There’s no first place – just constant improvement.
This means, no matter who you are, there’s someone who can help you and there’s someone you can help.
You can find the right mentor.
And you can be a mentor to the right person.
This creates a chain, with someone pulling you up and you lifting someone. Of course, that’s a poor analogy. Humans are complex – it’s not like you can rank them from best to worst. Your mentee could easily become your mentor’s mentor, because there’s going to be something they excel at.
You can see the benefits in having a mentor, so I won’t insult your intelligence by explaining them.
And the benefits of being a mentor are too many to list. To say it improves your self-worth, your reputation, your connections and your understanding of the material… all that’s true, and it still fails to capture it all.
So there are selfish reasons to mentor someone.
But don’t let that distract you from the noble reasons. You’re so dedicated to self-improvement you’re willing to invest in other folk.
That’s big. It shows you truly believe in pursuing potential.
That’s all. I leave finding worthy folk as an exercise for you.
So that’s one way to enhance your life.
But if self-improvement really interests you, what would you do with more techniques than you can use?
Like, say, 60 of them?
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