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Brain Drops: Mentor

The more people you help become successful the more successful you become.

People want to share and give you direction in your life, watch my top tips on how to find a mentor and what to do once you find one.



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  1. This is such a good tool to being successful, unfortunately I did not adopt this policy until I was an adult. My husband on the other hand has had mentors all his life and is doing well.

  2. I am a proud senior with an inventive mind. I JUMPED with Steve Harvey. Its been a hard journey and I have enjoyed every minute. I don’t make a move unless I pray first, think about what to do next, then do it. I do not have a mentor, but I I really need one. Yes, I am a senior citizen, but I never feel to old, and I never feel like I waited to late to accomplish my dream. I am on a mission. My invention is my Legacy.

  3. I would like to to be a mentor. Although I can’t be as successful as I would like to be with my son because I am not a man, perhaps I can help young women. I feel like I am failing all these males in my family. I would like to to know how to save them!

  4. Mr. Harvey, my name is Kae Mays and I live in St. Joseph, Mo. Is there any way my grandson could go to your Mentoring Camp? Him and his Mother and Sister just moved to Decatur, Georgia in July of 2018, my daughter works very hard to provide for her children. My grandson’s father doesn’t provide for his son but I know that your Camp would help him out very much, I just saw your show about the 3 Doctors that made a difference and I want my grandson to see that you can be more than just a football player. My grandson’s name is Javen Banks and there address is 2721 White Oak Dr. , Apt. F-32 in Decatur, Ga. 30032. I don’t know how much it would cost for him to come to your Camp but I would try to help him go. Thank you for your time in reading my comment!!!

    1. Hi Kae,
      To learn more about this program go to: https://harveyfoundation.com/. Thank you!

  5. I don’t have a mentor per se, but I do have someone to share my thoughts with. Actually Steve Harvey is MY mentor!!! I enjoy his show, and I’ve always watched his standup comedy. He’s the man. I believe in myself, but I have to work on a way to generate the funds to get started on my passion. I pray daily about this and not afraid of getting dirty.

  6. I have had a really bad financial streak over the last four years. My husband had a quadruple bypass in 2014, before he even turned 50 years old. He has been denied disability, unable to find a decent job, and still have health issues. This has left me being the sole bread winner. I have moved from job to job in the last 4 years due to making bad employment decisions, out of desperation to provide for me and my husband. I have found myself out of work, yet again, we have pretty much lost everything of value that we own, and we are moving in with family because I can no longer pay the rent and other bills. Being tired of the way the current job market is, I made a decision to go to college (at 48), which I am currently enrolled and I am in the process of starting 2 companies, to create my own job, with absolutely no money. I am to a point of admitting that I need a mentor that may be able to help me with some strategies to change my life around, as it is spiraling rapidly out of control. Thanks in advance.

  7. I would like to share my addiction n recovery story. From Kenya

  8. hello,

    greetings and i hope you are doing well

    i wanted to know if steve Harvey gives coaching or sessions about successes and interrelationship as my mentor

    thank you,

  9. is there relationship sessions or coaching ?

  10. Hi Mr. Harvey and team, I am Mohamed Tijani Sesay, I’m a Sierra leonean base in Italy and I’m a humanitarian person owned a little less privilege foundation in Sierra Leone which is name Foundation for less privilege Sierra Leone. Mr Harvey when ever I watch your tv programs and listen to your moltivativation videos, it moltivate me to never give up on what I’m doing as a young humanitarian person, as you said in your previous programs “I DON’T LISTEN TO WHAT NOBODY TELLS ME, ONCE I WRITE DOWN MY VISION” this have changed my thinking since I sow this word and your moltivativation words has really made me a change man in helping me continue what will make me feel comfortable as an Humanitarian person by helping the less privilege Disable people’s and Orphan childrens in my country Sierra leone. You’ve always been my mentor and you will always be my mentor because I have learned many life experiences and lessons from you and your moltivativation speechs has made a change in my life, my dream for now is to meet with my mentor (Mr. Steve Havery) and I pray God will bring that special day where I’m gonna meet with you. Best regards
    Mohamed Tijani Sesay.
    Italy, Emilia Romagna.

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