“Never test the depth of the river with both feet.” ―Warren Buffett “Tell me, and I forget, teach me, and I may remember, involve me, and I learn.” ―Benjamin Franklin
If you want to go fast, go alone. But going far is going to require the help of other people; thus, this chapter emphasizes the need to be mentored and what the immigrant can do to have a mentor.
Mentorship is more encompassing and touches many different facets of a person’s life, and it is not a one-time or momentary event.
The best mentorship relationship is one that is defined and has well-expected goals and outcomes.
A mentor is a powerful role model, somebody who is where you want to be and has gone through what you must go through to arrive at your destination.