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I am seeking a billonaire to be my mentor

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Re: I am seeking a billonaire to be my mentor

Post by rjonij on Sat Apr 12, 2008 4:45 pm

Having a sucessful mentor is worth everything if you are willing to listen and to accept new, maybe conflicting information and if you're willing to really grow. I think you need to prove that first, before any successful person is investing time in you.
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Re: I am seeking a billonaire to be my mentor

Post by leo_vip on Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:10 am

i agree with the response saying that everyone needs a mentor, however, those mentors are more often than not not rich

seeking out a billionaire seems rather shallow in my opinion. Having money does not necessarily mean that the person is wise or obtained it in a way that warrants their mentorship ( i realize that is not a word). Seek out mentors from people you already know around you in your community, go to a nursing home and speak to people there and learn from their life and their mistakes and wisdom. Coming to a forum asking to be the yes man of a billionaire speaks lowly of your motives. I do hope you were joking. You are here on this forum already, so make use of it, you have thousands of mentors at your disposition. Ask and people who have already been there can offer their opinion and guidance. Good luck.
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Re: I am seeking a billonaire to be my mentor

Post by fatmoocow on Sun Dec 28, 2008 1:42 pm

I say ignore these people. If you want a billionaire to be your mentor, send an email or call a billionaire and say something interesting, don't just ask for help. By the way, billionaires probably aren't sitting around on internet forums trying to learn how to make money.

If you need advice on getting a hold of one, read up on people who regularly do just that
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Re: I am seeking a billonaire to be my mentor

Post by wilfredoaa on Sat Apr 25, 2009 8:35 am

"Billionaires probably aren't sitting around on internet forums trying to learn how to make money."

I like this statement out of all responses so far.

My suggestion is don't look for a mentor instead why not become one. If you just need money than come up with an idea for a billionaire to give you money. If you just want a job than get out and look for a rich person to work with. There is no shortcuts but there is quatum leaps available to you.
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