This Warrior Mind Podcast is based on the post “Mentor and Personal Success.”
The purpose of this Warrior Mind Podcast is to convince you to look carefully at having at least one advisor in order to reach your personal goals and achieve personal success.
What is an advisor? The word can be traced back to Homer’s Odyssey as the name of a character who gave advice. It is now commonly used to describe an experienced person who advises a less experienced colleague
The novice is often referred to as a protégé and sometimes a mentee. An advisor possesses the wisdom only experience can provide, while the protégé is someone who is in the early stages of his or her career. While the protégé seems to reap the benefits of this relationship, it actually benefits both partners.
The protégé receives guidance and helpful advice and invitations to industry events and introductions to higher-ups may be forthcoming. The mentor benefits from the opportunity to strengthen his or her leadership skills
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An adviser or advisor is normally a person with more and deeper knowledge in a specific area and usually also includes persons with cross functional and multidisciplinary expertise. An adviser’s role is that of a mentor or guide and differs categorically from that of a task specific consultant. An adviser is typically part of the leadership, where as consultants fulfill functional roles.
The spellings adviser and advisor have both been in use since the sixteenth century. Adviser has always been the more usual spelling, though advisor has gained frequency in recent years and is a common alternative, especially in North America.
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