When I volunteered for the True2U youth mentoring program I was told, “You’ll get as much out of this as the kids.” I nodded agreeably, but was unprepared for how profound the experience would be.
There were many moments that will never be forgotten: poems written; artwork created; vulnerabilities exposed; clever thoughts shared; curiosities explored; challenges met; and frustrations and mental blocks overcome all while self-awareness awareness dawned. However, two large lessons stand out. First, the overarching themes of True2U are as valid for adults as they are for teens. Second, what it takes to be a good mentor is what it takes to be a good human.
3 Ways Small Companies Expand Their Reach: Presented by GTS
For retail giants like Walmart and Amazon that have significant logistics expertise, customer demand for fast or even same-day delivery is by no means impossible—but for SMBs (Small and Medium-sized Business) with fewer resources, this can be very challenging. The reason big companies devote so much money to honing in on their logistics operations is because of its complexity. For most SMBs, the expertise, staff time and money necessary to handle logistics properly is far out of reach—especially when SMBs are focusing on developing and improving product lines and the effectiveness of marketing and sales teams.