Regardless of age, experience or accomplishments, a mentor relationship is valuable to professionals in all walks of life.

The dynamic offers valuable insight and guidance from a new perspective and is an essential tool in helping you thrive in your business.

However, establishing a mutually beneficial mentor relationship takes thoughtfulness and time. To avoid blindly following the first expert in your field that you find, you need to understand who your ideal mentor is, why you and that person would benefit from the mentorship, and how to initiate and cultivate the relationship.

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