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How to Make the Most of a Mentor Meeting

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Some moments in life require an “outsider” to help you decide what to do next. While you may already have this person in the form of a mentor, do you really know how to make the most out of your limited time with him or her to get the answers you seek?

In this week’s episode, Nicolai goes over practical tips on how to request a meeting with your mentors and get the most value out of your limited time with them. From what you should do before the meeting even starts to how to go through it effectively…for both parties.

And if you think the meeting is over once you walk out the door, you're wrong. There are some simple but critical things you should do in the days following the mentor meeting to keep the mentoring relationship for the long term.

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