Do You Have Mentors and Role models?

 by DrJon

motivation[tweetmeme]Who have had the most influence on your life so far?

With that said, I mean in a positive way!
Who has been giving you the best advices?
Who has succeeded whith something that you also want (or wanted) to achieve success with?
Do you have mentors that help you to the next level?

This post is not about me, it’s about You!
Well, I can for sure tell name a few persons that have inpacted my life in very powerful ways, and I will. But the main purpose of this post is to hear who has inspired and helped YOU! :)

I would appreciate if you would take the time and write a comment to this post where you answer these questions. It doesn’t have to be long deep answers, just a few sentences are enough. I think it is interesting to see if there are any trends among my readers. Are they influenced mostly by someone in their close circle of friends and family or does the greatest role models come from somewhere else? :)

Who has been your Mentors/Role models in Business?
What have they done (in your opinion) that inspires you?

Who are and has been your Mentors / Role models in your Personal Life? 
Why and what have they accomplished that you want to accomplish? 

So, go on, write a comment and answer these questions :)

My mentors and role models?? :)
Ok, Some of the persons that have had the most influence and inspired me the most are
Eben Pagan
Sir Richard Branson
Jack Canfield
John Assaraf
Mari Smith
Esther & Jerry Hicks
Tony Robbins 
Bob Proctor
James Ray
Robin Sharma

And I think  you know what they have done,
plus of course some people in my personal circle :)

Now it’s your turn!

To our exciting future,
Dr Jon

Some of my mentors
Bob Proctor and Dr Jon

Jon and Jonathan Budd

Jon and Jonathan Budd

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  • Posted by Michael Feil on December 16, 2009 at 6:54 am


    It’s so important to have mentors to keep you on track and help you stay accountable. You did a great job expounding on this! Everyone needs a mentor! Even Jonathan Budd, Mike Dillard, Katie Freiling, and other industry leaders! If you don’t have one….get one!!
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  • Posted by Debbie Turner on December 16, 2009 at 6:54 am

    Great Post Jon…. My mentors early on were Jeff Mills, Mark Hoverson, Ann Sieg, Mike Klingler and Jonathan Budd. I have appreciated the writings of John C. Maxwell and have devoured his stuff (and implemented… that’s the key, huh? :))

    In terms of my personal life, without a doubt, my Mom and Dad. They have role modeled so many wonderful things in my life and have always supported me in any of my endeavors.

  • Posted by Kary Rogney on December 16, 2009 at 7:01 am

    Having a mentor is so crucial for moving to the next level with your business…

    It’s not a maybe… It’s necessary. And if you don’t invest in this and do it, you’re missing the boat.

    Great post!
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  • Posted by Phil Jackson on December 16, 2009 at 7:31 am

    It’s just ludicrous to try to do it all alone. A mentor is a person who has been there and done that. Tap in to the wisdom of a mentor.

  • Posted by Robert Mergupis on December 16, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    It’s true about the need for a mentor is critical for success and to help you with the learning curve that we all face when starting out.

    First and foremost my Father Christopher Mergupis was and very important mentor in my life.

    Then I owe not only is she my mentor, but also business partner and life long friend Debbie Turner, along with Mark Hoverson, Jonathan Budd, Ann Sieg, Mike Klingler, Jeff Mills.

    And I save the best for last my personal saver Jesus Christ.

  • Posted by Eric Goldstein on December 30, 2009 at 7:06 am

    Super great post here John!

    I’m a HUGE fan of the Abraham
    teachings… and I can tell you
    are by the info that you share.

    Having mentors has made a big
    difference in my life… Thanks
    for sharing your sources:)
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  • Posted by Robin Lynn Brooks on January 06, 2010 at 7:04 am

    It is a gift to have a true mentor that will not leave you in the rough. When you find one realize what you’ve got and hang on!
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  • Posted by jean on January 09, 2010 at 12:12 pm

    Hi Jon,
    thank you for sharing this great post.
    It is so important to have a mentor or mentors in your life,
    I was a great fan of Jim Rohn
    and Steve Scott is also a mentor of mine.
    I believe everyone needs to have at least one.
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  • Posted by Darlene Davis on January 31, 2010 at 7:20 pm

    Couldn’t be where I am today without some incredible mentors: Jim Rohn, Wayne Dyer, Anthony Robbins, and many leaders in our industry.
    On a personal level, my mom and dad were my best friends and left amazing examples for how to live a healthy life.
    Thanks for sharing your mentors with me.
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  • Posted by Arlan Murata on March 13, 2010 at 12:50 am

    Hi Dr Jon: Mentors are needed for our mindset, our skill building and knowledge and most important in our networking. I can give you a band new car but unless you have the key, the car doesn’t work for you. You’re an inspiration that is a reflection of the great mentors you have. And you are one too.
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