Your Best Mentor Isn’t Always the Most Successful Guy in the Room

In entrepreneurship, as in life, you have to walk before you can run. The right mentor can help.

I’m in the jogging phase of life. For those who haven’t entered this phase yet, I’ll explain. It starts with your metabolism slowing down and your weight gain speeding up, and you realize that if you don’t want to have to buy new pants and still want to eat dinner, you have to do something about this, so you start jogging. And inevitably, you want to run a 5k to show how awesome it is that you’re not sitting on the couch eating Twinkies.

A friend who is also in the jogging phase of life sent me this list from Competitor magazine. It’s supposed to be tips for running your first 5k race. Here they go:

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6 thoughts on “Your Best Mentor Isn’t Always the Most Successful Guy in the Room

    1. Ha! Perfect. I’m doing the Couch to 5K program for the second time. I did it last year, but then injured my leg riding a bike and then it was winter and then I was lazy! But, I’m back in the running shoes. Tomorrow is week 6 day 3!

  1. I agree with u because my mentor and my business master Mr. Sanjay Pupti helped me to develop all over my business now i will go for start new business but unfortunately my mentor is not live at this time.

  2. Could not agree more! My best mentor was fired as my boss years ago and although I never got the full story, there was something very brave and courageous about the way she handled the situation and we have been incredibly close ever since.

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