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Alfie Pino Transforms Blockchain Industry Through Global Mentorship

By: Get News

Looking throughout history it can be seen how mentor-mentee relationships highlight the importance of guidance, support, and knowledge transfer in the journey of personal and professional development. This is why it’s no surprise that companies are pushing for mentorship to be more ingrained in the work culture. According to Fortune 500, 92% of the listed companies are now offering mentoring programs. 

In 1989, the third era of globalization began and continues today. International borders were no longer a limit for professional development. 30 years later, blockchain technologies have been groundbreaking in creating opportunities for individuals to have alternative income while growing a global network. Alfie Pino saw the opportunity for his career dreams to come true through blockchain technologies. Through hardwork and dedication he has seen success in this industry. Pino has since made a commitment to education and mentorship, which has led him to transcend geographical boundaries, leaving an undeniable mark through his passion for international mentorship within the blockchain industry. 

Pino stated that one of his greatest milestones is being able to mentor people worldwide. His travels have led him to Dubai, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, Europe and the USA among a few more. When asked what is most rewarding about mentoring internationally he replied, “The most rewarding part of this journey has been all the lives that I have helped change. I have spoken with everyday individuals to extremely successful business owners, who now share the same excitement I have in utilizing alternative ways for true passive residual income.” 

A Real Estate Company in the USA, known as JLL, recently did research on why mentoring is on the rise and discovered that mentorship provides high-quality, low-cost learning based on personal experience. Mentors are individuals who have years of hand-on experience, which allows them to quickly pass on practical application of their knowledge to their mentees. Further research shows that individuals who have been mentored improve in productivity by 88% compared to individuals who only improve by 24% when receiving formal training. 

Both history and research has proven that success does not come from isolation, but from receiving practical knowledge from great mentors. 

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