Working with a mentor can help you move ahead in your business and personal lives. Via Enrichr, here are five tips for choosing a mentor.*
I thought it was gutsy to say that sometimes you need to pay for access to a mentor:
Pay for your mentors. If you have the resources there are many more accomplished people willing to mentor you for the right price. Choosing your mentor doesn’t mean the mentor has to benefit you altruistically. The best fit is a relationship where both find the relationship advantageous.
It’s true — sometimes you do need to pay for access to a mentor. Although I’m one of the most frugal people around, I have been known to pay for access to coaches and other professionals. And, really, when you take a course, you’re doing the same thing.
What tips would you give for choosing a mentor?
*rapidly decaying link