Mentorship

Mentorship is a powerful thing.

“How many people do you have in your life that are willing to go out of their way and help you? People who are willing to guide you and not charge you any money? People with pure intentions who desire to support you? We all need that. Creating the lifestyles we want requires change— and change is tough. Entrepreneurship can be lonely because only you intimately know the ins and outs of your struggles. You stepped out, took a leap of faith and, sometimes, you’ll question whether you made the right choice. Occasionally, you’ll be susceptible to the negative influences of other people. In both scenarios, you must be able to block that out and continue to push forward. This is where mentorship is helpful. We need people we can call when we are struggling, when we are in doubt, and when we are weary. Remember, everybody is only one or two powerful relationships away from changing the course of their lives.”
– Howie Danzik

Howie Danzik is the product of a single- parent household. At eight years old, his father left the home, subsequently decreasing his role in his son’s upbringing. Howie worked multiple jobs, beginning at the age of twelve, to help with the expenses of staying fed and healthy. His mom gave her all to support her children, but times were hard. As a young adult, Howie met Terry Felber, who had been economically free for 15-plus years. He had the kind of marriage, family and success that Howie wanted and he admired the fruit that he saw in Terry’s life. Howie wanted to emulate those strengths and desired to be similarly respected and accomplished. He understood that admiration alone would not help him obtain the results he aspired to gain, so he sought Terry’s mentorship. After three years under his tutelage, along with a great financial vehicle, he taught Howie exactly how to add value to other people’s lives. Today, mentorship is the most powerful part of what he does. Howie transparently admits that he is not a professional anything, he just gives advice based on his 27 seven years of experience with being economically free.

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