Would you become a Mentor with enough rank? :)

Would you become a Mentor with enough rank? :)

DreamWolf DreamWolf
I have just noticed that with my level 6 rank I can become a Mentor, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy yyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

I still happen to bump into something I have to learn in almost every review though, so am not sure... ~smiles blushy

Would you be a Mentor if you could do it right now?
03/16/2012
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PolyLove PolyLove
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
I have just noticed that with my level 6 rank I can become a Mentor, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy yyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

I still happen to bump into something I have to learn in almost every review though, so am not sure... ~smiles blushy

Would ...
No. But when I do reach that rank... maybe, but i will still be a student, too
03/17/2012
Destri Destri
I Have been at 5.9 forever, so I doubt I will ever make it to 6, but if I did, I am not sure. It seems like a lot of responsibility....
03/17/2012
Taylor Taylor
No, I've been over 6 for awhile. I feel like others are way better at the mentor thing than I would be, so I'll just leave it to them. Maybe I will change my mind in the future, but at this point I don't think it's something I want to do.
03/17/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I have had the rank for quite a while. I don't know if I have the patience to be a mentor. I might. I haven't done it, and there must be a reason, but I really don't know exactly why.

I'm afraid I will be too rough on people.
03/17/2012
underHim underHim
Too much work for me. I spend enough time on here every day without adding more to it!
03/17/2012
js250 js250
I am a mentor and I really enjoy it, however, let me also add....
It is a huge responsibility and you need to be confident in teaching others, enjoy working with others and have the time to put in as well. I do a lot of this for people on here but off site, on my own because someone will ask and need help. I also love that. I am a people person, love to help and will find the time, I love the site, believe in it and am willing to go a bit more to make things work for others. I have no idea if this helps answer your questions, but if it does, I am glad. It is a big but rewarding responsibility that also allows for some great friendships to develop.
03/17/2012
Badass Badass
Quote:
Originally posted by PolyLove
No. But when I do reach that rank... maybe, but i will still be a student, too
That's what I do. I'm a mentor and student.

Keeps me on my toes and always trying to improve while also reminding me how it is to be the student and I think that keeps me in a humble mind frame to better help others.
03/17/2012
Silverdrop Silverdrop
I just reached 6.0 in rank this past week, but I never liked training when I had to do it as part of my job, so I don't anticipate being any better at it as a hobby. I really admire mentors, but it's not a skill set I have.
03/17/2012
Silverdrop Silverdrop
Quote:
Originally posted by Destri
I Have been at 5.9 forever, so I doubt I will ever make it to 6, but if I did, I am not sure. It seems like a lot of responsibility....
You're at 6.0 now. Congratulations!
03/17/2012
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
There is no way I could be a mentor.
03/17/2012
Kissy Kissy
Congrats on 6.0! Wow! Feels so far away...
03/17/2012
Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
Me, nope, but you would be a fantastic Mentor I am sure! You already write amazing reviews Baby!
03/18/2012
MamaDivine MamaDivine
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
I have just noticed that with my level 6 rank I can become a Mentor, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy yyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

I still happen to bump into something I have to learn in almost every review though, so am not sure... ~smiles blushy

Would ...
I love reading reviews. The greatest thing about dabbling in items that EF carries is that there is ALWAYS something new to learn! I learn new things everyday about myself, my desires, my body, different toys and items that they carry here at Ef...its a never ending cycle! I sold sex toys and adult novelties for 5 years and I am still learning! I love it!
03/20/2012
Beck Beck
I am a mentor and I enjoy it very much, but it has its ups and downs. You do need to put in a lot of work for everyone. It is time consuming too.
03/24/2012
mistressg mistressg
Quote:
Originally posted by DreamWolf
I have just noticed that with my level 6 rank I can become a Mentor, yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyy yyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!

I still happen to bump into something I have to learn in almost every review though, so am not sure... ~smiles blushy

Would ...
I did as soon as I could.
03/24/2012
wrmbreze wrmbreze
Quote:
Originally posted by mistressg
I did as soon as I could.
Me too but am kinda disappointed as I have yet to get a student.I feel like I could be a real asset but haven't had the chance to try yet.
03/24/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
I waited a while to become a mentor after I had the rank to do it. I wasn't sure if it was something I'd like or not. Now that I mentor, I will say there are good and bad times that go with it. If you have a student who isn't really interested in learning, it will not be as fun. Or if they never respond or something, then it's frustrating. When you have someone who wants to learn and has writing skills you can build on, that's when it's a great experience. You get to help someone write better reviews, which is something to be proud of.

P'Gell - I have zero patience, which is part of why I get so frustrated when people don't respond or continue to submit bad work after I've gone through and told them what to put in. I'm probably harder than most because I require lots of details and such. (Which might explain why some students seem to disappear so quickly!) I have to take breaks from it sometimes or I'll just get too frustrated. So I'll mentor as long as my patience can handle, and then not accept students for a while. I do think the reviews that get published from my students tend to be pretty good if they put the right amount of effort into it, just from me pushing with questions and wanting lots of details. So sometimes being hard on someone gives good results. I mean, I'm still nice (unless you piss me off), but I do have requirements.
03/24/2012
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Unique posters: 17