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Are You My Mentor?

How to Learn from Different Leaders

By Kimmy Everett



Many network marketing leaders believe in having a mentor—a trusted counselor or guide. Because of their experience, mentors provide insights and guidance into areas we want to grow in. Mentors can appear in many ways. Perhaps you relate well to certain authors; you like their ideas and implement what you learn into your business. Other mentors may be leaders in your organization you feel drawn to and whose success you want to emulate. At some point you may seek out a mentor for one-on-one coaching—someone you heard speak, a leader you respect, someone you’ve met at an event and resonate with. This article offers some tips—and caveats—for finding your trusted guide.
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