People I Admire

“The person I most admire is my grandfather, Jack Morgan Pierpont. I admire Jack because he taught me so many wonderful lessons. Jack taught me that every day you are alive is a gift. He taught me to stay away from golfing too much because it would take too much time from productive things that a business owner needs to do. And my grandfather taught me to love cooking, fishing and the importance of family.”

– Anthony Pierpont of St. Paul, Minnesota

If you’re looking to find a mentor, your search might be over. The People I Admire discusses influential and interesting people that we, and our contributors, admire. In the business sector, we have a number of corporate executives to watch; the list of CEOs ranges from imaginative idealists to billionaires. Our favorite leaders also devote themselves to supporting our environment with their eco-friendly companies.Community involvement leaders finds corporate executive mentors who are striving to make a difference in the places where they live and around the world, and also tips a hat to some of our country’s most unexpected disaster recovery heroes. And by taking a peek at mentor life coaches, we learn the secrets to many of the success stories we see every day- the people behind the leaders. We hope this website gives people the push they need to find a mentor, and then to go on to accomplish great things. Sometimes, all it takes is a little inspiration.

Mentor Life Coaches Provide Men and Women with a Push They Need to Succeed by Anthony Pierpont of St, Paul, Minnesota

In researching people to admire, it was inevitable that we looked to the inspiration behind the leaders, and in doing so, we discovered mentor life coaches. Men and women need a mentor to help guide them through life. But women especially may benefit from using a mentor life coach. Women often need a mentor to help guide them through the maze of politics that exists in the corporate world. A lot of companies are run by an old boy networks, and the glass ceiling can feel suffocating at times. A mentor life coach can help women find their niche in the network and help men clearly see women in their roles as partners and equals- and that’s admirable.

Youth Mentoring Gives Kids-And Adults- Someone to Admire by Catherine Woods of Mobulls in West Plains, Missouri

Youth mentoring provides kids with someone to look up to, and can provide adults who become a coach with some much needed fulfillment. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America has realized incredible results with their volunteer youth mentoring program. According to their research, kids involved in the program are 52% less likely to skip school, 46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs, 27 percent less likely to start drinking, and more likely to get along with their families and peers. And adults also benefit from the program- they can learn a lot from the children, who often are trying to overcome a lot of adversity and obstacles. There’s never been a better time to decide to become a coach, with large numbers of children on waitlists, waiting for a youth mentor to be assigned to them.

We thank our contributors:

  • Anthony Pierpont of St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Catherine Woods, Mobulls, breeders of French and English bulldogs, West Plains, MO

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