with Ryan Daniel Moran

For some reason, entrepreneurs seem to forget that mentorship is also a relationship like any other: you have to add value to it, or else you’re just another askhole.


Tune in for a 3 step on how where you need to be and what you need to do to find and keep a good mentor.


Key Takeaways

[:24] “Hey Ryan! will you mentor me?” No.

[1:42] The one-on-one mentor/mentee relationship is very important — and just like any relationship — you have to make deposits in order to withdraw.


Here is what you need to do to find a mentor:


Right place [2:28] put yourself in a position to identify and meet the type of person you want to enter into a mentoring relationship with. Join communities, pay for masterminds, events and conferences!


Right person [3:50] identify the person who has built or done what you want to do, regardless of the area, marriage, business, fitness.


Right price [4:55] find the give! Find out what they want, what they don’t have and give it to them.


[5:54] Human beings have a limited capacity for people who they can pay attention to. If you want a mentor to pay attention to you, you have to offer them value, and offer it to them strategically.


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