Most successful entrepreneurs have relied on mentors, formally and informally, to help them navigate the choppy waters of entrepreneurship. It helps to have a mentor to create an eco-system that provides valuable insights while holding a mirror to where one’s business is headed to.
As an entrepreneur you report to no one and most tend to get lost between ideation, strategic thinking and scaling the business. It is a lonely world. A mentor will ask you tough questions as you do a deep dive into your business while not allowing complacency to set in, as revenue streams get healthier.
Among other things a good mentor shall open door for you, ask prodding existential questions and bring in value systems that have worked, push the bar higher while allowing you to step back and reflect on your business.
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