My mentor.

Author:McCabe, Jim
Position:Mentoring a co-worker - Brief article

I came here first, arriving from New York in August 2014, hoping that my decision to move to Dallas with my wife would be the perfect next step in my career. At that point of my life, I had a solid understanding of what I wanted to do and what I was good at. SUCCESS offered everything I wanted--exposure to a new part of the country, a strong brand and, most importantly, a talented young staff.

Kelly Daniel showed up in my office in March 2015 straight from the University of Oklahoma. I was looking to fill an entry-level position that would handle tasks across advertising and marketing while offering a great opportunity for someone looking to get a start in media. As we fumbled though a conversation that was as awkward as one I might have with my daughter, I saw that she was smart and a good person. I hired her that day.

So now you are expecting a traditional story about how I took Kelly under my wing and shared with her all of my secrets to success. Only that is not what happened. You see, being a mentor is far from the cliche I thought it was. A successful mentorship is a...

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