Does A Mentor Control The Mentee? Answered By Paul Stephen Waugh, Lighthouse International Group

Updated: Feb 10

"If you are scared about losing your identity about being controlled, it means that you fear inside somewhere that you have your own lack of identity that isn't rooted very deeply at all. It means that you don't back yourself to lose yourself because another human being is somehow controlling you." - Paul Stephen Waugh


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Many of us within life do not have the awareness or conscience within ourselves in order to flag up where our character and competence is lacking, and also where we need to be helped. The role of a mentor, as described by Paul Stephen Waugh, is to help human beings to gain control of themselves because that is where our power is.



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