One-on-One Mentoring

If you want to unlock your greatest potential in the shortest possible time, you want mentoring. A mentor sees exactly where you are, where you want to go, and most importantly the gap in between. The question you need help with is, “Who do you need to become to get what you want?” Rarely can you find the answer to this question without help from a mentor.

You’re challenged by overwhelm, disengaged employees, and a scarcity of resources. Strategics and tactics for coping with these stressors only take you so far. You need something deeper, something that taps into the essence of who you are, where your deepest strength lies.

I help high achievers with a bias for action make the impossible possible by helping you see how your external world is a perfect operating mirror of your internal world. When you see exactly how you create your own problems, you can easily solve them. It’s that simple, but not necessarily easy.


How Does It Work?

Mentoring meetings happen two or three hours a month. We look at what you want, what’s in the way, and what you need to do to get there. Inevitably, we find what’s holding you back: a limiting belief, a pattern of behavior, an old story, etc. Then we create something entirely new, so the rest of your life may begin.

A mentor is someone who sees the biggest version of you and knows the path to help you become it, especially when it feels impossible. Clear and Open Mentoring goes as deep as you need to so that you’re totally engaged in what you’ve taken on. You mold your own success as you are free to be molded by what Life teaches you in the process. In the end, a good mentor helps you listen to what Life has been trying to tell you.

If you’re ready, reach out to find out if we’re a good fit using the form below.


Fill out the form below to get in touch with me so we can discuss your goals and challenges. Let’s discover if working together makes sense.

Josef Shapiro

Since I first trained as business coach at EMyth in 2002, I’ve been a change agent for thousands of business leaders and managers. For five years I was the primary curriculum developer for EMyth and developed and oversaw the training of its coaches.

Coaching is a fast-growing industry, but also very young. I think we can do better. For me, it’s an unsolved puzzle and the needless suffering inside workplaces around the world hangs in the balance. It affects us all, and together we can make a difference.