Mentoring: Gentleness

Imagine this: she looked at me with horrible disdain in her face and threw my artwork down on the desk. “What is this rubbish? My nana could have drawn better than this and she’s blind. Do it again. You can do so much better than this - come on!” 

Now this: “OK,” she pondered, pulling a chair out for me. “So, we both know that this isn’t your best work. However… that’s OK. Making mistakes is the...

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