As your financial and professional lives become more complex, going it alone will only get you so far.
We all need advice, encouragement and a sounding board from time to time. Leaning on family and friends can help, but it can be difficult for loved ones to give you objective advice.
That’s why you need a mentor. Or mentors.
You can have a career mentor. A money mentor. A life mentor. A spiritual mentor. A relationship mentor. A business mentor. Basically, any area of your life in which you need guidance or accountability, there’s a mentor for that.
These relationships don’t appear out of thin air. You need to seek out a mentor and put in the work to see results.
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