Who influenced you? Who do you consider your mentor?
Steve Strauss gives some ideas and his opinion on the subject here: 5 Ways to Find a Mentor
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I personally found my mentor when I was 18yrs old and starting out in the banking industry. It's a long story that I will share with those who care on a sideline, but the man who became my mentor was the CEO of the first bank I had ever worked for. We met in a 10K run and spent the entire day talking and exchanging ideas and strategies. He took a real interest in me, and it made me feel important. He would have me come down and present ideas to the board of directors, and praise me for my outside-the-box thinking. He was a really amazing person, and I learned so much from him. He passed away in 2010 from cancer. I like to think that each time I meet with a new client and help them become something, that I am honoring his memory.
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