Mike Michalowicz shares how the right mentorship can offer clarity when making business decisions.
When I started my first company, I was on my own, I didn’t have a mentor. I relied on a business partner, who also didn’t have experience. Later, with a few years under my belt, I met someone who was in my space and they became my first mentor.
That’s when I learned the value of mentorship: it’s a relationship in which the mentor shares shortcuts based on their experiences in growing their own business. Here are three big ways having that insight can help you. Read More.