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Welcome to active personal engagement. 

The style of mentorship, consulting and coaching I do introduces the concept that learning is a life-long process. In much the same way, that as humans we learn in different ways, understanding the importance in how we engage the learning process and finding which style that is sustainable is a key element of the work I do.

For most of us, that means accepting that we can operate from more than one perspective in a world that focuses on binary thinking. We just need to be ready to push through the “linear thinking trap” and meet life as a more abstract or nonlinear path and look at success as yet one new creative path to journey on.

That is why, MentorSF offers an approach that supports learning from an individual perspective, a professional one, and a social one.  I like to think that true personal and professional success is about “living life from both sides of your brain“. 

Working with me is based on a consultation approach that will help you stretch, exercise and condition the “learning brain”. With the objective being growth, expansion, and development of a useful and rich experience. I tend to see change as an engagement and active experience. One that encourages you to own this experience as an active partner. Make that first move and reach out to me and let us find out the best fit for you. Check out my membership-free Engage! blog to read up on what interesting tips, tools, and tidbits I find worth sharing or even suggest a topic or guest post one.

— Frank


Who is MentorSF for?


  • It is for anyone with the desire to learn, grow, explore, and ultimately thrive.
  • For those of you with a need to engage more personally, socially or professionally.
  • Someone thinking about planning for life changes,
  • Those that find themselves on unstable footing needing extra support navigating towards success or through challenging time.
Explore the various options for learning here or visit the drop-down menu at the top of your browser under “Services”

What’s New?

I’m On TEDx!

In June, I did a TEDx talk as part of TEDxProvincetown series, sharing some of the lessons that we can take with us when we engage and follow our own path. I am humbled and honored to be sharing the stage with some incredible folks. The full playlist is now live on the TEDxPtown Youtube channel. Well worth taking a few minutes to check out the all 10 speakers.

My personal TEDx Talk can be seen from my recent Engage! post or online here

New Pages & Features

  • I received feedback that folks wanted one page to see me in action, without having to search the Engage Blog. So the new Visual & Audio Me page will list the video and audio images with links to the various blog posts on the experience. You find the page under the “About Me”  or “Trending Today” tabs above.
  • The Support Project Continues with a 25% – 30% “got ya covered” discount promotion: One of my bigger projects takes services breaks when they allow staff downtown for a creative process.  They have offered to cover a portion of fees for client services during these breaks by supporting reduced rates for others. Read more about that here.
  • Mentor Moments – Every few weeks, I also create and share via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram account my MentorSF “Mentor Moments”. These “moments” are a visual reflection or sentiment that are meant to inspire, MentorSF Momentprovoke and engage people to action. You can find them under the Trending Today link, or search the hashtag #MentorSFCA.
  • Every few days I share my custom “newspapers”; The Social Media Daily and The Engaged Mentor Daily with some of the trending industry news. Take a look and sign up or follow them by the RSS feeds listed above.

Still In The Mix

  • I launched a new series of sessions that answer the internal desire and question of “How do I tell my story?” The Storytelling Technology Bootcamp is a series of 60 -90 sessions for those interested in jumping into the world of blogging and storytelling.
  • I also have some openings for the Explorers program,  a limited run, goal-oriented support track designed for those in mid-transition professionally or personally and are looking for someone to facilitate a path to a specific goal over a shorter period of time.
  • During the summer of 2017, I had a chance to be a guest on the Hack The Process podcast. Not only was it great fun, it is another way for you to hear some of my own stories. You can read the full post on it here or visit the podcast itself on Hack The Process
  • I also finally put my official mailing list up for those of you wanting in, and my Engage! blog is now linked with both the Facebook.com/MentorSFCA and on Medium.com/@FVStrona  to make it easier to follow for those of you with different reading habits.
  • I am working on a video Podcast style Q&A series called MentorSF’s Question Of The Week. You can find samples under my  MentorSF’s Trending Now feature or direct on the Questions Of The Week page.  You can also find my new “Introduction” video which aired in April 2017. Want me to answer one for you? Send me an email or Tweet (@FVStrona) at me using the hashtag #MentorSFCA

 

As always, Thank You for visiting.  Please email me at Frank@MentorSF.com  for details or to schedule an appointment.

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“Frank Strona is a trailblazer: combining innovation & real-time experience to support new ideas that inspire, engage and motivate learnings of all ages to reach a new level of personally defined success, social balance, and digital maturity.”

— Jennifer T, Corporate Manager

 

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