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We all need to learn.  We enjoy learning and it helps us succeed.

You can learn by getting a formal education or you can get an apprenticeship for hands-on training.   What might be the best of both worlds is to go through a structure learning process with someone who has been successful in their field. 

You can actually listen to their ideas and processes.  Then you ask questions.  Get answers from someone who has already encountered those issues.

No matter how much you don’t know or how much you think you know, feedback from a knowledgeable person can be valuable.  Even if your friends and family support you, no one quite understands like someone who has done just what you want to do.  This is a great way to gain insight and knowledge -- talk with a Mentor.

Just How to Find a Mentor?

The short answer to that question is to spread your wings. By that, I mean that you should be out in your industry, environment, or scene meeting people.  You should try to find out who can answer your questions. Follow blogs, check out Twitter and other online tools are good approaches to take.

By asking questions, you will be led to those that know.  It could be in an online forum, or a industry conference or public gathering.  SCORE is a great place to start since it is a non-profit partner of the Small Business Administration. 

You may be interested in changing your career path.  If so, no one can provide more insight about career change training and ways you need to prepare than your own guide.

The real neat thing about good mentors is that they want to help you and your company.  Mentors truly see value of helping others. 

It could be that someone helped them out along the way and they want to return the favor.  Or it is possible that no one aided them in their success and now they want to ensure that others have an easier path.

The mentor relationship does not have to be too formal.  The best method is the one that works best for both individuals.  If trying to locate your mentor on you own, my advice is to take it slow.  Get to know them first and develop a relationship.

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But I Need Someone Now!

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For those that want a quicker path than searching out mentors on you own, Career Redo is here to help.  It is time to learn our how to find a mentor.

We are gathering a group of outstanding individuals who have been successful in their business endeavors.  We will link them with our visitors who are searching for someone to fill that role, just like you are.

You can take a look at our list of Mentors and find the right person for you.  They can be available for you to access for your very own session, either in-person or by telephone or Skype.

Should you not find a Mentor for the career you are seeking, please contact us and let us know about your ideal Mentor.  We will be glad to try to locate an experience individual in the career you are seeking.  Let us help you learn how to find a mentor.

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