So many people have influenced my decisions to become an architect and helping me get to where I am today. At every office I have worked at I’ve always paid very close attention to the actions, attitudes and behaviors of everyone working in the office to see what and who I could learn from.
I truly believe mentoring Young Architects takes place indirectly, all the time, in every situation and with everyone in the office.
This week I wrote a guest blog post about How Mentoring is an Integral Part of the Profession for one of my mentors, Mark LePage at Entrepreneur Architect.
Leave a comment over there and check out the rest of Entrepreneur Architect, which has been one of my greatest influences in how to be successful in business, leadership and life.
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