“How do I find a mentor?” is one of the most common questions I get asked by students after a speech.
The #1 person you should have in your corner is a mentor, who knows the career you’re interested in and can teach you in a conversation or two things they took 10 years to learn. Finding a mentor involves a little confidence, a little vulnerability, but it’s possibly the single best way to change the direction of your career and expand your possibilities.
And now you’re thinking, “Ok, sounds great, but how can I find a mentor?”
I developed a free guide to walk you through the process, because, as we know 85% or more opportunities come through your network! You’ll begin having ideas in no time.
This is what you need to get started!