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Why Mentors Are Important for Entrepreneurial Success and Why You Need One Now

A mentor is a great partner in a tennis game. They are the person(s) you bounce your ideas around, and in turn, they bounce them back to you as strategies to improve your venture.

Why Mentors Are Important for Entrepreneurial Success and Why You Need One Now
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