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If you want to learn first hand about a new subject and drastically shorten the learning curve, one of the best ways is to find a mentor. A mentor is an experienced person who is doing or has done what it is that you want to do and agrees to be your guide. Many successful people remember their own struggles and gladly agree to serve as mentors, especially if you are an enthusiastic, appreciative novice. Besides sharing their knowledge, some mentors offer the additional bonus of sharing their contacts and networks.

Imagine being able to consult with a local landlord and to tap into his expertise and connections. In Master Small Business Course III, you will follow a young man who does exactly this. You can and should do the same.

As others are willing to help you, don't forget your own potential as a mentor. This is what the Action Principles® are all about; one person helping another who helps another. Even a small amount of time can make a big difference to a newcomer.

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