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Lighthouse Global: What Are The Criteria For Those We Can Help?

Updated: Mar 15, 2023

Answered by Lighthouse Global Head Mentor, Paul S. Waugh


We often get asked who we work with. Our experience over the last 18 years have taught us how crucial and vital it is to work with those most likely to apply what they learn with and through us. The mentoring section of our Lighthouse Global Community site shares plenty of experiences of how people have benefited from being helped and working together with us.


We absolutely qualify who comes into Lighthouse Global. We will not place, sell, or distribute a product to someone who wants to build their lives on the basis that they may or may not use it. Paul S. Waugh explains more in the video below.



As a principle-centred organisation, the starting point for anyone working with us at Lighthouse Global begins with diagnosis and discovery. Any mentoring, coaching, counselling and leadership development follows a bespoke assessment process.



Additionally, please feel free to follow us on social media to learn more about what we’ve discovered over the past 18 years.



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asifvaliji
asifvaliji
Jan 28, 2022

It really puts the responsibility of the value of mentoring firmly where it ought to be which is the mentee and their own conscience and frankly it's refreshing. People are surprised when I tell them that as a mentoring organisation we want to help everyone, but we can only work with a very few people because most organisations go into this work with a sales mentality. We cannot help anyone with a sales mindset, but a service mindset is very different. Then it's a question of working together, as mentor and mentee, or part of a group with a common uniting vision (community) and working together on a win win or no deal basis. Thank you James.


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Jack Comer
Jack Comer
Jan 28, 2022

It’s so important that relationships between mentors and the person who they are helping is one of honesty, trust and extension from both sides, otherwise it’s a waste of time, effort and resources. Thank you for sharing this article and video James.

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Sukh Singh
Sukh Singh
Jan 28, 2022

Thank you James. What I now realise is that as a mentor, I have often tried to help people who said they wanted help but were not willing to commit because of the very reasons Paul outlines. Wanting help and wanting change.... well, pretty much everyone wants that. Everyone wants a better life. But very very few are willing to actually go through the pain and suffering to change. I feel Zach has capture the essence of the mentality behind a great mentee also in a blog he shared on the intention to seek the highest human ideal... https://www.lighthousecommunity.global/post/what-does-it-mean-to-align-ourselves-with-the-highest-possible-good-lessons-from-jordan-peterson

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Mel Francis
Mel Francis
Jan 28, 2022

Thanks James, this is really important and I value that there is a criteria which is this focused, because if someone is not in a place where they can or want to take what they have learned and use it, it's a waste of everyone's resources. I value that as a principle centred business this is how we can make sure we're working with the right people

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Jai Singh
Jai Singh
Jan 28, 2022

Thanks James for years we have researched what it takes to help people overcome their barriers and obstacles and this is so important to express because only a few are truly truly open to facing themselves and looking inwards. What Paul shares is very profound!

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