With So Many Mentors Who Do I Listen To? (The Breakdown)

So Many Mentors Who Do I Listen To?

Mentors Who Do I Listen To?
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Mentors Who Do I Listen To?

Mentors, a staple of success today but With So Many Mentors Who Do I Listen To? 

On both ends having one and being one is in everybody’s best interest. Mentors are coming in various forms. With technology being where it is, we are able to access them one to one online, we may have a mentor in a family member thats a little more clued up.

We might also just watch them from a distance via youtube and other media websites and apps.

With such a demand for mentoring and an almost equal supply, who do we turn to?

On one hand we have one genuine expert telling us this, but another genuine expert telling us the complete opposite both are seeing incredible results, now we’re confused. 

So in this post i’m going to be doing my best to break down, what I believe is the best way to find the best mentor for you.

Mentors Who Do I Listen To?

Thats the thing, there are so many versions of right, right is a perception, if we’re all honest we’re all hurtling through the same universe (although some people make me question that sometimes lol). We’re all trying things seeing small success here and there, sometimes if I do something in particular it doesn’t work for you and visa versa.

For example making videos has taken my brand to another place, but maybe you’re shy or have a speech impediment which will make at least your first few videos might be awkward. (That’s not to say you can’t learn from me, you can just take what I do and put your own spin on it – text videos, slideshows etc.)

With So Many Mentors Who Do I Listen To?

We can wholeheartedly say that people can play the game better than us and it absolutely makes sense that when we interact with them, it sharpens our game a little bit, it inspires us a little more.

What i’m getting at is the best mentor you can have is someone that inspires you to take action. inspires you to make your game better. Not the guy or girl who’s inboxing you about how great they are and “for a low price of $300.. ok i’ll do it for $150 for today only, No? $50 right now?”

Some mentors are worth spending money on…I know it’s in my interest to tell you that but i’m just telling you the truth. If you believe truly that you will benefit from buying something and getting into conversation with someone, just do it.

Life is too short to let a couple of dollars hold us back from learning something we believe will take us to the next level from someone who is already there.

You get what i’m saying right? Don’t just go to anybody, avoid ones that are too salesy but of course don’t put your money before your breakthrough.

So which one do you choose?

Mentors Who Do I Listen To?

Go with your gut.

You can tell someone who knows what they’re talking about and one that doesn’t.

Social Media Guru? Better have a bunch of engagement that isn’t from a south asian click farm.

Marketing Expert? Better be providing a lot of knowledge for free to show you a clue of the depths of their knowledge.

Online Business Coach? Better have some people with results to show.

Of course there’s more to watch out for, I actually have another post that takes that conversation a little further which you can find here: How To Spot A Fake Promoter

 

Mentors Who Do I Listen To?


There are thousands of people out here you can refer to as mentors. Some are better than others, some are phoney, some are as real as it gets. You don’t have to restrict yourself to one.

In fact i think you are doing yourself an injustice that way because everybody is different and has a unique perception, you never know what’s going to work for you.

No matter who is telling you what, you don’t know if it works until you apply it. If someone is clearly doing well yet you’re thinking ‘that doesn’t work, or that wont work’, you don’t really have a leg to stand on. You only know if something works for you if you try it, before that its all speculation.

So in closing find some mentors who are evidently doing what you want to do, watch them for a minute to see if they’re trustworthy, try out what they offer for free, approach if you would like to work with them and don’t be afraid to spend money – if you have to.

Hope this helps!
If you would like more information please feel free to ask questions below.
Of course if you would like more information about having me as a mentor you can email me at esskimo@getrichrapping.com

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