I want to be a lifelong learner. So I try to surround myself with people who can sharpen me. Well, let me introduce to you, a close friend and mentor of mine. His name is Glen Sharp he is 80 years old, and a retired businessman.
Glen and I get together twice a month for lunch and I sit and listen to him and enjoy his company. He has experienced the highs and lows of business. He has experienced pain and joy in family stuff. And he understands what it means to live a life on mission. He also is the wittiest, funniest, 80 year old person I know.
I thank the Lord for Glen, he sharpens me and offers me a wealth of support. I value his friendship deeply. Thanks Glen for pouring into me!
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