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Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom: As one read in a series of books I picked up on mentoring, Tuesdays with Morrie provided a different approach to providing thoughts on fostering meaningful relationships with others. While I came to this book late, as apparently it has been available for a couple of decades, it provided value to me in the same way I imagine it did when it was first released. As a tale of compassion, Tuesdays with Morrie illustrates that meaningful and fulfilling relationships can take many different shapes, even very simple forms. That a mentor and mentee each have something to gain from a relationship and that this should be top of mind when investing in each other. Although not the be all and end all of mentoring books, this read has helped me to realize that having a purposeful relationship with someone which fosters individual and communal growth needn’t be complicated.

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