Business coaches are hot right now and the entrepreneurial world is buzzing about it.
Who’s on your board of directors? Now, this may seem like a question for someone who is running a corporation or a large business; not necessarily a startup.
Take time to ask these questions before reaching out to a potential startup advisor.
How important are race, age and gender as it pertains to mentorship? The answer may shock you.
Here are ten questions you can ask her to take the pressure off and make the most of your meeting.
Your network is your net worth. It is a source of knowledge, career opportunities, business partnerships, future hires and so much more.
I once met an astute old Irishman, Seamus O’Rourke. He became my first business mentor and he rapidly helped me turn my crashing empire into an astonishing success.
When other entrepreneurs have stated that they can’t afford a business coach, I ask them to think about whether they can afford not to have one.
I may not be as young as I once was, but having been ‘self-employed’ for over 27 years, I think I have learned a thing or two on why some businesses succeed and others don’t.
Consider the following tips in order to find your ideal mentor.