Exploring What It Means to Have a Relating Mentor

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Stephanie and guest Tish Tisherman from Talk2Tish explore why you might need a relating mentor and the benefits of having one. It starts with a turning your “curiosity” switch on for relating.

Show Highlights

Tish shared a lot of wisdom and personal stories. She illustrated the importance of learning from everyone you encounter and being grateful for those lessons and the people that gave them to you.

Resources Mentioned

Rotary Club – A great way to get involved in your local community and find mentors.

Backstory Behind Stephanie and Guest

“When I moved from Dallas, TX to Los Angeles, CA in 2005, Tish was one of the first people I met. From the minute I met her, she was so sincere about wanted to see me succeed with happiness in my career path and beyond. I knew she would become more than a career adviser to me. She genuinely cares about people. She loves making introductions for people and is so good at it! She is loved by many simply for her reliability to show up for people in a sincere way. I affectionately refer to her as my “California Mom” and feel very blessed to have her in my life.” – Stephanie Michele

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“Relating well is essential to our wellbeing. As we exercise empathetic curiosity with each other we increase our personal wellbeing and improve the world around us.”  -  sm-initials-logo-white-45