Quite a few years ago, I had a conversation with a colleague about mentorship. She mentioned that she didn't mind being a mentor but found it exhausting and often not worth her time. Then, I was younger, looking for guidance and surprised by her thoughts. Now, I understand her meaning. Let me explain.
I believe information should be free and that knowledge is power. Currently, we are in the age of "instant-ity"; you can get most information you need pretty easily from the convenience of your cellphone, laptop or even television. Thus it appears that information is, for the most part, free and that you can wield power over your own existence through the knowledge you've obtained via this information. But this is where the problem lies, and ultimately the disconnect between generations lately. Continue reading "Mentorship in the Age of Instant-ity"