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How does one go about finding a mentor who’s “been there before” and is willing to share their knowledge?
Remember the 1-2-3 of mentorship for biz building.
- They must have had their own successful business.
- They must have helped others build successful businesses.
- They must have a program and or process that you can follow.
Effective mentoring requires both structure and access to expertise. It is also important to compensate your mentor somehow so that they do not feel used, disinterested or disconnected. A true mentor unleashes an army of powerful people and connections who are passionate about moving business forward. That’s the only kind of mentor you want.
To get a great tool on how to create this, feel free to join my Facebook Group, Business Renegades: http://tinyurl.com/6xos94
Christine Comaford, Biz Accelerator
CEO of Mighty Ventures, Inc. |
NY Times Best Selling Author of “Rules for Renegades”