The Person Who Helped My Career the Most

The other day, I saw this tweet:

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The replies to the tweet are actually an excellent place to find new people to follow if you’re interested (here’s the link).

But it got me thinking about who has helped my career the most in the short 7 years I’ve been out of college and working.

The answer is easy, Regi Campbell. He’s not on social media, but he writes a couple faith-based blog posts a week over at Radical Mentoring.

Regi hired me when no one else would give me a shot. He gave me freedom I didn’t know that I needed. He provided encouragement to try new things. To fail. To learn.

Regi is the first person who ever told me I was decent at writing and that I should do it more often. 

Without Regi, I’m not a writer. I’m not an entrepreneur. I’m not a hustler.

I owe a lot of who I am today to Regi for showing me who I am, encouraging me to discover what I’m capable of, and always pushing me to be a better man/husband/father.

I’d love to know who has helped your career the most and how they’ve left a lasting impact on you. Leave a comment and let me know!