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Mentoring

Published July 29, 2009 6:32 PM by Jason Marketti
I have been on a search for years for a mentor.  Not only one that helps me develop as a PTA, but also in my personal life. 

I need someone that can understand my point of view but allows me the insight into another perspective.  I would like someone who can talk about Legos, Graeme Obree, Hannah Montana, 101st Airborne, Spongebob, Sci-fi, children, psychiatric disorders, and the UFC. 

I also need them to assist me on focusing and honing in on my strengths to assist me in becoming better in all facets of my disorganized and dysfunctional life. 

My quest has yet to reveal someone I can trust in not judging me or my rash decisions and situations I help create. 

Perhaps I am reaching far too much. 

Maybe I am not looking hard enough.  I have met several potential people that I could have asked, but the more time I spent with them the more I realized they were not a good candidate for me. 

In the meantime I will continue to look and if there are any takers on becoming my mentor we can talk about it, just leave your e-mail address in the comment section.   

1 comments

Jason,

A broad assortment of interests you have.  That may be difficult to find someone who can discuss all of that or even one who has an interest in all of it.  

Mentoring is not something to be taken lightly.  Choose wisely and don't become offended if a person says no when you ask.

Karen August 4, 2009 10:42 PM

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    Jason J. Marketti
    Occupation: Physical Therapist Assistant
    Setting: San Jacinto, CA
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