This week’s blog is part three in the #Reflection Series.  Our co-founder Jim takes a page from William Deresiewicz, Columbia University graduate, Yale English professor and author of A Jane Austen Education, How Six Novels Taught me About Love, Friendship, and the Things that Really Matter and Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite. We’re getting […]

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This week’s blog post is by Chevy, our Chief Mentor Officer.  In it he speaks about some of his personal thoughts on reflection and shares a few key ways to redefine our thoughts on reflection.  Take a contemplative moment to think about how you’ve used or underutilized reflection in your own path.  Take another to ponder if have you […]

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This week’s post is a guest blog by former Navy Lieutenant James Zumwalt served two tours as Commander of a Navy EOD Combat Expeditionary Support (CES) Platoon and Special Operations Force (SOF) Platoon during Operation Iraqi Freedom. After separating from the Navy, he served as a Congressional staffer on Capitol Hill and now resides in […]

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This week’s post is by Chevy Cook, our Chief Mentor Officer. It’s about the giving AND the receiving that can happen during mentorship relationships.  The theme for the month of December is “the gift of mentorship”. Comment, like, share, and visit MilitaryMentors.org. Sign up and encourage others to do so as well!      The holiday season is such […]

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This week’s blog post is written by our Chief Marketing Officer, Ralph Hernandez. He is passionate about growing our network, but today he shares from the heart. As we get ready for our nation-wide launch in 2016, our weekly blog shares stories of mentoring and the science and skills that are essential for professional development. […]

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This week’s post is by our Chief Mentor Officer, Chevy Cook. It’s about setting the right conditions for a learning environment in your mentor relationships to craft eureka or ‘light bulb moments’. The principles here are grounded in Adult Learning Theory. Comment, like, share, and visit MilitaryMentors.org. Sign up and encourage others to do so […]

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