I don’t believe that you can reach your full potential without a Mentor.
Think about an amateur golfer wanting to move into the professional arena.
The right equipment is important – but the first step is to employ a great coach/mentor.
The mentor is the person who gives the player the 1% edge, by passing on all the tricks that will have a huge impact at competition level.
If you are the player that is just “winging it” into professional golf, no matter how hard you try, you will not beat the player with the Mentor – as he has the 1% edge over you – and that makes an enormous difference at that level.
Slowing down to get the professionalism right at the beginning is unquestionably the correct strategy.
So, as a business owner, you can be an amateur, or a professional, by investing in a Mentor to guide you down the right path to set your goals, establish your marketing and run your business with significantly more impact.
A Mentor is different from a business coach. A Mentor is someone who has been there before you – and will show you exactly what to do to achieve great results.
There is no doubt that you have a much higher change of reaching your potential, if part of your business strategy is investing in a Mentor.
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