The Color Vision Founder Mia Davis Educates Us On How Mentorship Can Help Black Women In The Workplace Or As Entrepreneurs

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They Boost Your Confidence

Having a mentor will inherently boost your confidence. Because they’re there to help you “build your career by teaching you skills, help you obtain meaningful connections, and be a sounding board for your ideas while offering advice,” as long as you’re taking in their practical guidance and putting it into action, seeing the rewarding benefits of all your extra hard work will make you feel good.

In addition, even though it’ll take some confidence to go out and get a mentor at the beginning, once you have one, measuring your worth when it comes to things like believing in what you bring to the workplace, knowing how much you should be paid for the work you do, and trusting that your career’s trajectory is on the right track (regardless of the ups and downs) should feel a bit easier with your mentor’s help.

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