“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!

And while we’re on the subject, did you know there is someone out there that looks up to YOU? I encourage you to think about who you could be a mentor for?


“In order to be a mentor, and an effective one, one must care. You must care. You don’t have to know how many square miles are in idaho, you don’t need to know what is the chemical makeup of chemistry, or of blood or water. Know what you know and care about the person, care about what you know and care about the person you’re sharing with.” — Maya Angelou