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Mentors Matter: A Few Words Can Change a Life

      A few words from a mentor can change a life. I'm living proof, and I don't want to forget it. Yet, I already did. It took me years to fully understand how a mentor's words altered the course of my life. As a mentor, you may never fully know the impact of your words and exactly how they can alter a life. It is my hope this reflection will help you understand—in your head and your heart–the power of a few words. Mentors matter, and we need them now, more than ever.
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