One of the most inspiring aspects I observe during mentoring sessions is the eagerness of mentees to experiment with new concepts.

They venture beyond/expand their comfort zones, not with a sense of “I have to” but with an attitude of “I get to.” They’re open to trying, fully aware that it might not pan out, and that’s perfectly fine. If one approach doesn’t work, they’re ready to pivot and try something else. I truly believe this is a healthy mindset. In an era where FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) is ever-pervasive, it’s essential to quickly discern what’s beneficial and let go of what isn’t. Embracing this adaptability not only leads to personal growth but also fosters resilience in the face of challenges.

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