6 things to consider when choosing a mentor

Mentors can be a valuable sounding board -- especially for new entrepreneurs -- but not all mentors are created equal. Business owners should assess their needs, find the right chemistry and consider looking online to connect with the right mentor, writes Pamela Ryckman. She also suggests mentees take charge and establish rules when working with their mentor.

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