Nearly 75 percent of women are not sure that they are making the right decisions in life. Maybe you can relate? Wouldn’t it be great to have a mentor who would do life alongside you and guide you in your decision making?

 

Whether you are single or married, you work full time and pay your own bills. Not a month goes by that you don’t give a cut of your paycheck to pay for that diploma hanging on the wall or childcare or loans on cars and mortgages.

 

But life is… well… way more complicated than you ever thought possible.

 

I believe that the single most important influence in your life during these years is not what degree you pursue, what job you take, or who you date… but who is pouring into your life and shaping you?

I believe that the single most important influence in your life is a mentoring relationship! Click to Tweet

A woman who is further along in her walk with God than you are, who sees your potential and walks with you in becoming the woman God created you to be.

 

A face-to-face relationship like this holds profound influence in developing you as a woman of God. It’s like Miracle-Gro for your life— spiritually, emotionally, and relationally.

 

Just to clarify, she’s not your mom and she’s not your therapist. She’s not someone you pay to spend time with you. A mentor is a friend, a guide, a confidante who offers a listening ear, honest feedback, and spiritual encouragement as you navigate each of those secondary pursuits.

 

Are you in the 75 percent? You’re in good company. But you don’t have to do this life alone. I’m willing to bet there is someone in your life right now who doesn’t even know she is going to help straighten those paths with you.

To hear more on how mentoring can change your life visit Face To Face Mentoring Podcast

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Jayme Hull is a dynamic speaker and passionate mentor who motivates audiences to invest in others through mentoring. Shaped by countless mentors over the past, Jayme now has the privilege of mentoring millenial women for the past thirty-five years. As a Church Mentoring Consultant she trains Church leaders how to successfully produce mentor programs.

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