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Finding a mentor.

Post by chankoho » Fri, 13 Sep 2019 12:34 am

Hi, I am not sure where to post this, but it's worth a try.

I have attended some workshops on how to starting a business/entrepreneur etc. which cost me a few thousand dollars, but all I have gotten was being treated like another customer. Don't get me wrong I did get useful information from the workshop. I just felt that I am just an addition to their testimonial stories and I feel that I'm not making my monies worth. Messaging them can be frustrating; most of the time, I would need to wait about two days for them to reply to my questions. They have an appointment meeting system where the average waiting time is nearly a week, so I'm kinda stuck during the wait.

I am writing here in hopes of finding a mentor that would guide me. I'm still a student, and I do not have thousands of dollars to spend on another workshop. But I'm not asking it for free, but maybe I can pay you a certain percentage of profits till it is paid fully.

I am open to any suggestions and advice from the experts here. Are my thoughts ignorant and arrogant? I'm open to criticism as well.

Thank you for reading my post, and I apologize if this is not the correct thread to post this.

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Re: Finding a mentor.

Post by tt1973 » Fri, 13 Sep 2019 11:55 am

What kind of business you are interested to start up?

There aren't any guarantee for successful entrepreneurship no matter how many workshops you attend.

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