Up until recently, in the history of human interaction, mentoring was a way of life between generations. Mentoring was common, assumed, expected and such an everyday activity, that it was a given. Mentoring taught modes of work, obligations that went along with positions both in the work force and in the community and mentoring even taught appropriate behavior that one should exhibit, again, at work, or in the community at large.
Mentoring has been significant historically and it continues to remain important today. Today, however, we have to sometimes look for mentoring opportunities for our children. Who do you know that can be of assistance and mentor your children? And just as importantly, who can your children mentor?
Mentoring….because fun learning is forever learning!