Even those of us who are super independent need support and accountability. I hate to admit it, but sometimes I have to ask for help. Whenever I hire a mentor, it’s always the best investment in myself and my business I ever make.
If you know you’re ready to take a leap forward in your life and business and you feel like you’ve sort of been spinning your wheels and nothing’s happening, we might be a good fit. If you know there’s an easier way, you’ve worked through countless training cds and “do-it-yourself” programs and nothing seems to change, even if you’ve possibly worked with other coaches and mentors who just didn’t help you get results, I think I can help you.
First things first. Here’s a list of criteria I use before I hire anyone to mentor me. If I don’t fit these criteria for you, we probably aren’t a good fit.
- Do they have a specific strategy that resonates with me?
- Do I trust them?
- Do they have what I want in a specific area?
- Do they inspire me?
- Are they relevant? Is what they’re teaching working for other people?
If you answered “yes” to the above questions as they pertain to you and me, then YAY! We’re probably a perfect fit and I’d love to work with you. Here’s how I do that.