Dr James G. Johnson
Passionately serving others in their walk with God and personal relationships.
Two Key Benefits Of Having A Mentor: First, A commitment to a PROCESS. Many times we want to grow, but “life gets in the way.” When you’ve made a commitment of time and effort into a mentoring process, you know on a regular basis someone who cares is going to be connecting with you to help you get where you want to go. Second, There’s a commitment in a mutual PARTNERSHIP. Having someone walking with you in the direction you want to go is huge. Having someone who can draw things out of you, give you ideas, offer encouragement and inspiration, be a sounding board, keep you on track according to where you want to go and so on, is also extremely invaluable.
Research shows if you’re working on a goal with someone else, the chances of you reaching your goal goes from 15% (if you try to do it on your own) up to 75 to 80% (if you have someone working with you and walking with you as you move toward that goal)? That’s HUGE. So I’m available to be yours for the journey.
Master Life Coach
National and International Exposure