Will you be my mentor?
In this episode, we play a quick fire round of 25 questions for 25 episodes, discuss the importance of mentors, and answer a listener question about the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist.
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What you'll hear:
- How we (try to) keep ourselves from dominating a conversation
- The areas of our lives we're most intentional
- Different types of mentors worth seeking
- How mentors inspired us and changed our lives
- Ideas for finding a mentor when you don't know where to start
- The concept of "mentors from afar"
- The difference between a dietitian and nutrionist
- What to look for in a dietitian as a patient
- What Maggie thinks about coconut oil from a dietetic perspective
Can I quote you on that?
- "I'm just a hot tornado mess of smells." - Maggie
- "A mentor is someone who's a few steps ahead of me in a certain area, and is willing to lend advice, support, and connections or resources." - Jacey
- "Before you look for a mentor, you've got to know yourself and your goals." - Maggie
- "Start moving. If you're waiting for someone to come along and hold your hand, you're going to be waiting for a long time. Resources tend to show up once you're already in motion." - Jacey
- Are You My Mentor? article from Real Simple Magazine
- Anne of Modern Mrs. Darcy wrote a great series on mentorship relationships
- One of Maggie's mentors, Jeremie Kubicek, wrote Making Your Leadership Come Alive: 7 Actions to Increase Your Influence
- Being Boss podcast
- Elise Gets Crafty podcast
- Pregnancy Perfect podcast
- Inspiration to Action podcast
Thoughts, questions, comments?
- Find Around the Table on Instagram or Twitter, or leave a comment below.
- Maggie on Instagram, Twitter, and her blog
- Jacey on Instagram, Twitter and her blog
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