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Sidestep problems and follow the steps to see how to get a mentor fast that will help you learn more about your desired new career field.  It is easy!  Look through the list of career categories / fields that start with the letters E, F, G and H on this page.  Career categories starting with other letters can be found in the links below.

Got questions? Your mentor can help you find the answers to your questions about your desired career.

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This page contains Career Redo Mentors in career categories arranged alphabetically starting with E, F, G, or H.

Other categories starting with the following letters can be located at the links below to help you see how to get a mentor:


SEE HOW TO GET A MENTOR BY EXAMINING THIS LIST OF MENTORS BY CAREER CATEGORY STARTING WITH E, F, G, AND H

Editor

          Examine our Editors here.

  • Karen M. Black
  • David Cenicola
  • April Pettit

Efficiency Expert

          Find your Efficiency Expert here.

Engineering Manager

          Learn from our Engineering Manager.

Entrepreneur

  • ENTREPRENEUR, STARTUP ADVISOR, VENTURE CAPITALIST
  • Talk with Alex to gain an understanding of the best approaches to become an entrepreneur. Get to learn how to best position yourself for success. Gain insight to overcome obstacles.
  • Riga, Latvia
  • Hourly: $200/hr.  Phone, Skype, Zoom
  • On-Site: N/A

Entrepreneur Online

  • ENTREPRENEUR ONLINE, SOLOPRENEUR, WEB BUSINESS OWNER
  • So many tools are available today to help anyone build a business online. Let me help you get started on yours.
  • Houston, Texas
  • Hourly: $45/hr.  [First Hour Free] Phone, Skype, Zoom
  • On-Site: N/A

Executive Coach

          Gain insight from our Executive Coaches.

Facilitator - Meeting

          Learn what it takes to become a trained facilitator

Fitness Trainer

Financial Analyst

  • FINANCIAL ANALYST, AUDITOR, CREDIT RESEARCHER, PROJECT MANAGER, BLOGGER, FINANCIAL COACH
  • Make your transition to finance become a real possibility with the insight you acquire from Harneet. She can help you evaluate various career paths in the financial section. Her mentoring skills have benefited many.
  • Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Hourly: $50/hr.  Phone, Skype, Zoom
  • On-Site: N/A

Floral Designer

Freelance Writer

          Learn to become a Freelance Writer from our mentors.

  • Karen M. Black
  • David Cenicola
  • April Pettit

Hospitality Specialist

  • HOSPITALITY SPECIALIST, MEETING FACILITATOR, LEADERSHIP COACH
  • Make your career change to the hospitality industry run smoothly with the knowledge and guidance gained by talking with Eleanor. Use her experience and attitude to take the next stop in your journey.
  • Wilmington, NC
  • Hourly: $75/hr.  Phone, Skype, Zoom
  • On-Site: N/A

Ghostwriter

          Our Ghostwriter list can be found here.

  • Karen M. Black
  • David Cenicola
  • April Pettit

DO YOU DESIRE A MENTOR TO HELP YOU BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR?

If that is the case for you, then we suggest you start off by understanding the definition of an entrepreneur. It is always good to have a clear understanding of your goals and what it means for you.

Here are a 10 suggestions as a guide to become an entrepreneur, especially online. You can determine if any fit in with an approach that you may want to take.  If you want to work at home, as many people do these days, you may want to look further into way to publish on the web.

CAREER REDO SUGGESTIONS ON HOW TO GET A MENTOR

The best ways to address each of these questions is to listen to the experts and those experienced in your area of concern. Some approaches to take are:

  • Find an experienced resume writer to give you the latest insight to showcase your transferable skills in today’s environment.
  • Research the types of companies that are hiring during the time you wish to change.
  • Determine how much you want to work from home.
  • Investigate the industries and job functions in which you have an interest.
  • Learn as much as you can to determine what it takes to be successful in your chosen career field. This includes what qualifications and skills are required.
  • What is a typical day like in that role?
  • What does a bad day look like?
  • What variables can have a negative impact or positive impact?
  • What is the best way to gain the skills sets required?
  • Where can you get more information?
  • Who are the contacts that you need to make in the beginning and in the future?

HOW? - Talk with someone experienced in your desired career field - a Mentor!  Career Redo wants to try to help you with information on all of your questions, especially about how to get a Mentor.

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MORE SUGGESTIONS FOR YOU

It is well know that having a good mentor can significantly help you on your career path in the same career field or in a new one. Frankly, it does not matter that you are at the beginning of your career, in midlife, or closer to retirement age. Finding a potential mentor that can provide the insight you desire is the best way to reach your professional goals.

You are moving in the right direction to desire identifying great mentors from which to choose. Before we get too deep talking about a prospective mentor, preparing yourself is an important step to take. Here are a few points to consider:

  • Identify your career goals. Write them down. Be honest with yourself.
  • Document your past experience, professional skills, leadership skills and new skills that you want to acquire.
  • Brainstorm on the knowledge and expertise that you would like to develop.
  • Characterize if you already have a defined career ladder that you want to achieve.
  • If you want a completely new career experience, consider if you want general information about a new career area or more specific, targeted information.
  • Would you want your prospective mentor to be a role model or you just want information.
  • You must determine what you need to decide if the career mentor is the right person and is a good fit for you.

WHERE TO LOOK FOR THE RIGHT MENTOR

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Once you have built your data on yourself, you should move toward finding the ideal mentor for you. There are two main ways to approach your search.

1. ONLINE - The digital age presents us with flexibility and speed in locating someone for a mentoring relationship.

  • You have access via your computer and phone almost everywhere. With that you can find formal mentoring programs offered in various ways.
  • Some are set up to connect on a monthly basis and paid monthly.
  • Others are designed to be an hourly phone call or Zoom session. This method can provide you with a more economical way to get your questions answered quickly. Should you desire more time after your initial meeting with the same mentor, an adjusted billing approach can usually be worked out.
  • Some online mentorship networks cover a specific field, such as software programming and development.
  • Others have mentors that have experience in numerous career fields that provide an opportunity to investigate more than one category easily. They could include a business mentor, writer, project manager, hospitality manager, supply chain specialist, etc.
  • Your chances of finding the right mentor increases because potential mentors can be found almost anywhere there is internet access. Thus, more mentors are available to you than searching locally off the internet.
  • This approach provides mentors to you more quickly that the traditional network of asking someone to mentor you. This is how to get a mentor.

2. TRADITIONAL - Contacting someone in your personal network or that you met at a conference can work. However, it usually does take longer to build the right contacts and start the initial conversation. Some of the ways you can investigate to identify a potential mentor are here.

  • If you belong to volunteer groups helping with the food bank, habitat for humanity, or such, you may be able to make contacts to lead you to someone who is in your desired area.
  • Investigate social media for the area in which you are interested. Look for hashtags and posts that may lead you to a knowledgeable person. Comment on their posts and you may be able to set up an informal meeting.
  • Keep your eyes open at industry meetings or conferences and search for a common topic to begin your discussion with them.

BUILD YOUR MENTOR-MENTEE RELATIONSHIP

There are several things to consider as you set up your mentoring program.

  1. Identify your goals to your mentor early in the first meeting.
  2. Prepare ahead of time by listing your questions.
  3. Consider your mentor as a sounding board. Present your ideas and concerns.
  4. The next step is to listen to your mentor. You want to be a good mentee and develop a good relationship.
  5. The benefits of mentorship will become evident quickly as you gain insight and new ideas.
  6. You can achieve professional growth in this mentor relationship.
  7. One of the best things you will notice from the different perspective delivered by the best mentor is your own professional development.
  8. This type of relationship is a great way to receive positive feedback that you can utilize in the long term.

ENJOY THE FUTURE!

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Don D'Armond

Don D'Armond is the creator of Career Redo.

His goal is to connect his visitors who want to learn more  about their desired new career fields with experienced individuals (Mentors) to transfer their insight and knowledge.