Communication is essential in our industry. Being able to clearly convey thoughts, ideas, methods and innovative ideas with one another. “At HRS Invictus, another valuable concept to us is that we stay in touch with our mentors. It’s so important from time to time and when you want advice to ask them about it and create that professional but informal relationship,” mentions Nikesh Patel, managing director of HRS Invictus. Sometimes when people reach their highest and become successful, they often forget those that have helped them. This is where communication plays a huge role. Being in constant contact with your mentor keeps that door open for more success and better transparency in every area of your business.
“We also appreciate mentors because they have a huge role to play in our success. It’s true that everyone’s responsible for their own route to success but those that help you through it are the ones that worthy of keeping around, and they should be around because of the impact they have on your professional and personal space,” mentions Nikesh Patel of HRS Invictus. Josh Hatcher had said, “Mentorship happens organically, and you can’t just force it. Many men don’t even know HOW to mentor, and often mentor others by accident. It’s not a mentor’s responsibility to mentor; it’s the responsibility of the mentee to seek mentorship and appropriate it.”
At HRS Invictus, we know that mentors are there for us in a motivational and guidance aspect. However, if we want to stay right and keep the doors of communication open, it is our job to see how important it is that as a mentee we can always turn to our mentor for help. They provide a valuable presence in our lives, and because of the guidance they give, we’re able to stay afloat. However, this only happens when we chose to make it essential. It should be important as well.