When you find a business mentor, business coach or marketing coach, your business can take off … but when you try to find a business mentor, you can embark on a time-consuming, expensive process that doesn’t help your business.
A good business mentor will transform your business and help you achieve your goals. A business mentor who’s not on the same page will not only fail to help; she might end up costing you a lot more than your fees.
I once spent several months with a mentor who recommended I move in a certain direction, which turned out to be all wrong for me. I lost the opportunity to move in more profitable directions, drained my energy, and was ready to give up. I’ve also had an excellent business coach who gave me just the support I needed at the right time.
As a copywriter, I work with clients who have worked with mentors, business coaches and marketing coaches. Believe me, they’re not all alike.
As a result, I’ve identified some of the most costly mistakes you can make when choosing a mentor…and how to avoid them. Sure, you want to find a business mentor who’s knowledgeable and maybe even charming and beautiful. You might look for a mentor who’s done what you want to do, so you can walk in his shoes. You might find a mentor who lives the lifestyle you’re trying to achieve, so you won’t end up with someone who lives for his business while your goal is more leisure and family time. But no matter how you find your business mentor, this video will show you one key ingredient that your mentor must have …or you’ll be losing time and could even lose your business. It sounds dramatic, but it’s happened.
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Find A Business Mentor Who’s Perfect For Your Business and Avoid These 3 Mistakes