Description - Maximum Mentoring by Francisco I Victa
Maximum Mentoring is a powerful guide to the subjects of mentors, protgs, and the key relationships that can help you make the most of your life. You will learn how important it is to have a dynamic mentor in your life. Whether you are a business owner, an athlete, a coach, a pastor, a politician, a mother or a father-this book will teach you the mentoring principles that can catapult you and those you lead to success. You will learn to become the protg every dynamic and influential mentor is looking for. If you are a mentor, you will gain the knowledge on how to take your coaching and leadership to the next level. Using a unique blend of stories, facts, and biblical narratives, Maximum Mentoring reveals the ten key mentoring principles for success in life. It will show you how to: .Plan your goals so that you attract the right mentor .Pursue the people who can help you the most .Overcome the challenges and fears that are holding you back from the right relationships .Take control of your life and disconnect from the people hindering you from success The legendary basketball coach, John Wooden, said, "Mentoring.is why you should get up everyday-to teach and be taught." Read this book and start your journey to Maximum Mentoring! Dr. Cisco Victa is a pastor, motivational speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Known for his message of faith and total-life empowerment, Cisco takes audiences by storm with his powerful, practical, and revelation-filled messages and seminars. He earned his doctorate in theology from Life Christian University in Tampa, Florida and pastors Calvary Christian Center East in New Hampshire. Cisco lives in New Hampshire with his wife, Kati, and five children, Rhema, Faith, Francisco IV, Malacai, and Gloria-Grace.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(216mm x 140mm x 10mm)
Publisher: Xulon Press
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