Why Entrepreneurs need Mentors?

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  • Vidhya vidhu
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    A mentor is a guide. They have been there, done that, and are passionate in building businesses. Mentors help you navigate through specific challenges as they would have come across in the past and they may have solutions to most of your problems or challenges. So having them on-board with you, will certainly help you navigate those issues or challenges, rather than failing and trying to break your head and still taking wrong decisions. Mentors need not be right all the time. But the right mentor with the right intentions can add immense value to your business growth. Just see if they will be able to spare, dedicate some time to guide you through. You can have an engagement that can have some commercial component just to ensure that the commitments are honoured as expected or agreed upon.
    You can find more details and insights at http://www.startupxperts.com/how-to-find-the-right-mentor-for-your-startup/

  • Vidhya vidhu
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    A mentor is a guide. They have been there, done that, and are passionate in building businesses. Mentors help you navigate through specific challenges as they would have come across in the past and they may have solutions to most of your problems or challenges. So having them on-board with you, will certainly help you navigate those issues or challenges, rather than failing and trying to break your head and still taking wrong decisions.
    Mentors need not be right all the time. But the right mentor with the right intentions can add immense value to your business growth. Just see if they will be able to spare, dedicate some time to guide you through. You can have an engagement that can have some commercial component just to ensure that the commitments are honoured as expected or agreed upon.
    You can find more details and insights at Business Mentor For Startups

  • Vidhya vidhu
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    Getting a good mentor is always a challenge. Many dawn the role of a mentor when they are still employees of other companies or holding senior positions in corporate. Suggest you stay away from them, as they do not understand ‘entrepreneurship’. You should first understand for what areas do you need a mentor’s support and then find who can fit your bill / expectations in helping you move forward. Please check this link for more details http://www.startupxperts.com/business-mentor-for-startups/

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