The fact that I could now recall and attach meaning to so many of the happenings around my life now confirms that I was alert. I continued applying this practice, which I now call Self-Mentorship & Coaching Philosophy, until today. I want, through my writing, to encourage you to try it as it would help you now and later in your life. As I was growing up, I had nobody telling me how powerful our brains are and that they store all the life events in our long-term memories, to retrieve them later in life. Self-Mentorship & Coaching Philosophy should not be understood to mean replacing conventional mentorship and coaching. It complements it and should be applied together. But in the absence of a conventional mentor, self-mentorship and coaching become valuable. We are all capable of practicing it from our youth until the end of our lives. It never stops. It is a way of life, and it is powerful.