With the New Year behind us, a business owner's thoughts often turn to growth strategies.
For some business owners, that means deciding whether to hire a mentor.
Here are a few questions that you need to ask.
(1) What do you need right now? Do you need to know how to transform your terrific idea into a lucrative business opportunity??
(2) Will you be working directly with a mentor or with a coach trained by the mentor??
(3) Does your mentor really believe in you??
(4) Does your mentor bring a unique approach to business growth??
And at the same time, has your mentor shown she (he) can grow and change with the market??
And ... spring really is coming! We're seeing the first signs.
Nice points, LUCKIEST. I think many of us often think of mentors as sturdy, weathered, and steadfast -- knowing methods that work and sticking to them. But as you point out, knowing when to change with the situation is of utmost importance itself.
Do you have any thoughts on how to recognize or find a good mentor? Would you say it is enough to base your decision to let someone guide you on their past successes and how well you get along on a personal level alone?
Interested to hear your thoughts, we always appreciate your insightful input. Thanks!
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