Re: Mentoring

Subject: Re: Mentoring
From: Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com>
To: "R. Downey" <rdowney -at- matrox -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 16 Mar 2000 13:39:11 -0600

Having a mentor - a good one - is a gift. I was fortunate enough to have such a
mentor. It is a gift, a debt, if you will, I will never stop repaying. I have
since mentored three people. One dropped out of the tech writing field (bad
choice of career for her), the other two have become successful. I feel honored
to have been a part of their success.

Jo Byrd

"R. Downey" wrote, in part:

> When I began my current job - I had a mentor. He taught me three lessons.
>
> ...
>
> Gordon, if you're reading this, Thank you.
>
> This list has since become my mentor. Many of the problems and situations
> posted here are things I'm currently facing. If the list says: buy this book,
> I go out and examine the book (read reviews, check stats, etc) and sometimes
> even buy it. I appreciate the information on contracting (even though I'm a
> full time employee) and the topic of portfolios has given me a lot to think
> about.
>
> If a mentoring service were offered through the techw-l, I'd take part.





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