Joining Larry Kreider in the studio, Noah Martin shares insights on the profound impact mentors have had on his life. Noah opens up about his personal journey, breaking free from an orphan spirit, the significance of teamwork, and the importance of having crucial conversations.

Noah Martin is a realtor with The Brad Zimmerman Team in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Noah has had a passion for entrepreneurship from an early age, having grown up on a dairy farm with his 13 siblings. He has learned the importance of teamwork and collaboration from a young age and has carried these values through his personal and professional journey. Noah and his wife, Janae, lead a small group at their church, DOVE Westgate. Noah is actively involved in the men’s ministry and has served his community in local government. Noah and Janae live in Manheim, Pennsylvania, with their three boys.

Quotable Quotes:

  • “Building a team of people that are different makes all the difference in the world.”
  • “Trust over time is something that needs to be built.”
  • “The truth needs to be spoken, but with love.”
  • “We are always on a journey.”

Highlights:

  • Understanding our identity in Christ aids in overcoming an orphan spirit.
  • There are blessings that come from teamwork.
  • Teamwork can bring opportunities for mentorship.
  • There is value in having a mentor who has gone before you.
  • Mentorship and accountability are vital to being a healthy leader.
  • Take initiative to build trust with mentors before the storms of life come.
  • Pour into the people’s lives where God has placed you.
  • Take the time to appreciate your journey and learn the life lessons so you are able to handle your future success.

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