Too many people put off finding a mentor, lying to themselves by saying that it’s not a high priority with so many other jobs to do. But as entrepreneurs (and mentors) ourselves, we also know the value of ensuring that you have a mentor.
The long-term cost of not finding a good mentor far outweighs any short-term costs.
Mentors can help you to become the best possible version of yourself. They can also guide you through difficult patches when you’re struggling to make decisions or lacking the experience to know in which direction to take your company.
At the same time, not all mentors are created equal, and it falls to you to be able to spot the good from the bad. If you get it wrong, you risk them leading you in the wrong direction.
The good news is that the benefits of finding a business mentor far outweigh any negatives, and if you’re anything like us then once you get started with mentorship, you won’t be able to look back. So if you’ve ever thought about looking for a mentor but you haven’t known where to start, this article is for you.
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“Starting and running your own business can be overwhelming. Bill’s questions and practical advice help me stay focused and see where I am going.”
“In the time I have been working with Bill Warner he has helped me get pointed in the right direction and helped me get focused on what my goals are. Bill has connected me with key people that can help me achieve my goals. EntreDot’s “process” works and he’s there for me when I need him. I highly recommend Bill.”
“As we were exploring new business ventures, Bill Warner was an invaluable resource. His breadth of knowledge helped us as we navigated through many ideas to fine tune a business idea and plan. Bill’s mentoring streamlined the process and accelerated our ability to become entrepreneurs.”