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Saen Higgins, Tax Lien Certificate Investor And President Of Wealth Without Risk Talks About Mentorship

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Webster's defines "mentoring" as: Educational and/or professional development support provided by an experienced colleague.

Every entrepreneur should have a mentor - someone who's accomplishments you admire. Your mentor should be able and willing to share their knowledge and experience with you as you travel down your own road to success. A mentor is someone with more entrepreneurial business experience than you who serves as a trusted confidante.

While there may be many people in your life offering up their "friendly" advice, a mentor is a different type of relationship. You will surely get your steady stream of information from well-meaning colleagues, friends, relatives, co-workers and even industry experts. But your mentor will be your guide on an on-going, regular basis. Mentors can be valuable sources of information at any stage of your journey, offering a fresh perspective on problems and challenges because they're not personally involved with your business like other advisors. Know that your mentor is not just there to hear about your troubles, but to share in your success as well.

When looking for a mentor who's right for your entrepreneurial needs, how do you know where to start? First of all, rely on a mentor whom you know and trust. This can be a professor, a local entrepreneur, a former employer or someone who's talents you have noticed and would like to learn from. It is important to find not only a mentor who has experience and knowledge, but also someone you can trust and feel at ease with.

At our company, Wealth Without Risk, students are encouraged to find a mentor with experience investing in tax lien certificates. Or to sign up for our one-on-one coaching program with a tax lien certificate expert. Spending a few sessions with a mentor can be more cost effective and time efficient than spending and entire semester sitting in classroom for a business course. Mentors have real world experience that they can share with you in helping you to avoid the obstacles and pitfalls that can often prove costly to those just beginning.

Most mentors agree to their position as a way of giving back to their community or their industry. Some may do it to further hone their skills as a teacher, manager or strategist. Keep in mind that a true mentoring relationship is always a two way street. It's almost certain that your mentor will learn about new ideas from you just as you learn timeless wisdom from them. So, once you have found a mentor who is able to work with you, don't forget, you have asked this person for a huge favor and a great deal of their time. It's important to show them that you are serious, and will always be respectful of their availability.



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Saen Higgins is the worlds leading authority on investing in tax lien certificates. He is the only expert speaking and training on tax liens today that actually continues to invest in tax lien certificates himself. A self-made multi-millionaire, Saen has inspired audiences around the globe with his wealth building strategies. www.higginsnow.com

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