The Mentor In Me: What To Do & What Not To Do

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By: William Todd
with Marty Jeffery, Foreword by Bob Proctor

In the tradition of mentoring books like You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor, The Mentor In Me stands above the rest in unlocking potential. Why? Because author and entrepreneur William Todd shares his inspiring journey as a mentee of Bob Proctor himself – with its highs, lows, and ultimate breakthroughs. A jewel among mentoring books, The Mentor In Me offers readers clear insights into William’s personal development journey, assuring them that even the most successful entrepreneurs must embrace and incorporate timeless principles like repetition to achieve mastery.

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Although highly rated among entrepreneur books, The Mentor In Me caters to individuals in every walk of life – from parents and children to educators and corporate professionals. No matter where we are in our unique journeys, we can all relate to William’s story.

At first resistant to the proven tools and guidance Bob Proctor offers, he describes the moments when he failed to summon the necessary discipline to follow through on his mentor’s instructions, much to his detriment. Conversely, he explains how he embraced the principles of the Seven Levels of Awareness to shift his paradigms and unlock his own potential – and how you can do the same.

If you enjoy books from Bob Proctor and John Maxwell, you’ll love The Mentor In Me by William Todd, featuring a Foreword by Bob Proctor and an Epilogue by entrepreneur Marty Jeffery.

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In the tradition of mentoring books like You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor, The Mentor In Me stands above the rest in unlocking potential. Why? Because author and entrepreneur William Todd shares his inspiring journey as a mentee of Bob Proctor himself – with its highs, lows, and ultimate breakthroughs. A jewel among mentoring books, The Mentor In Me offers readers clear insights into William’s personal development journey, assuring them that even the most successful entrepreneurs must embrace and incorporate timeless principles like repetition to achieve mastery.

Although highly rated among entrepreneur books, The Mentor In Me caters to individuals in every walk of life – from parents and children to educators and corporate professionals. No matter where we are in our unique journeys, we can all relate to William’s story.

At first resistant to the proven tools and guidance Bob Proctor offers, he describes the moments when he failed to summon the necessary discipline to follow through on his mentor’s instructions, much to his detriment. Conversely, he explains how he embraced the principles of the Seven Levels of Awareness to shift his paradigms and unlock his own potential – and how you can do the same.

If you enjoy books from Bob Proctor and John Maxwell, you’ll love The Mentor In Me by William Todd, featuring a Foreword by Bob Proctor and an Epilogue by entrepreneur Marty Jeffery.

5 reviews for The Mentor In Me: What To Do & What Not To Do

  1. Nannieoakley

    5.0 out of 5 stars It’s all about the journey!
    The essence of this book is that personal development is a journey, and William Todd takes us along on his personal journey as he grows through the 7 levels of awareness. Bob Proctor’s Forward and Marty Jeffries epilogue are a delight to read also.

    Just ordered 3 more copies to give my daughters—all professionals who want to keep growing—for their birthdays this month. Can’t wait till they read it so they can discuss it with me!

  2. Gail Ann Meeks

    I liked how Mr Todd shared his complete life with everyone

    I liked how Mr Todd shared his complete life with everyone, his ups and downs. How Mr Proctor helped him out so much. He admired this man and trusted him when he needed it the most. What a great relationship to have with someone. I liked the point that you just don’t give up in life. You learn from your experiences or mistakes and move on to do better.
    Another point he made, you stop blaming others for your down moments in life, you are the one in control. Move on!

    Life is full of adventures, just don’t get stuck, and if you do, reach out to someone to help, there is always a better way.

  3. Shirley Wing, Sales Executive Alberta, Calgary, Canada.

    I had forgotten … I am amazed at how many of the lessons William shared were the same lessons I had experienced. I had just forgotten about them. More importantly, I had stopped doing what I needed to do to overcome the fear and doubt that had been plaguing me. I am reviewing this book daily to stay on track.

  4. Jean Brock, PhD; RN, Retired San Antonio, Texas

    Repetition Is The Key…I have a large library of personal growth books and had to think what was so special about this one that I truly couldn t put down once I started. What I realize is that the author s use of his own story of growth under the mentorship of Bob Proctor is what makes the book especially relevant. Many books suggest what you should do to improve your life but William Todd shares the ups and downs, not just focusing on a direct path to that Seventh Level of Awareness. That really helps the reader understand that there IS not a direct path but that the journey is filled with lessons to be learned along the way. The Mentor in Me is an easy and fast read but to paraphrase Bob Proctor in his introduction, this is not a book to read once but one to study and form a relationship with . William Todd has convinced me that repetition is the key . I will add that it is one to share with others and I intend pay it forward by using it to mentor the team I lead.

  5. Tasha Chen, International Speaker, Author & Entrepreneur Stuart, Florida

    Engaging, inspirational and thought activating! There are enough personal development books to keep us all on track and living to our highest human potential. What I found unique about this book was the ease of understanding the Principles as I experienced both the teaching and the application of each from the teacher (Bob Proctor) and the student (William Todd) perspective. The storytelling format and review prompts at the end of each chapter kept me engaged as I felt lead to explore my own path back to the Mentor in ME! —

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