Is it worth it to pay for a mentor?

When people seek mentors, they do so not only because of the quality of the advice they will offer (and the wealth of experience they bring to that advice), but also because of the connections that mentor might have. Connections are everything in business, and sometimes you have to pay for them. As a general rule, you can expect to pay your mentor a little less than what they would charge with their regular consulting fees. This is because mentoring also offers benefits to the mentors themselves, beyond the money they can bring.

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