Looking for a front book cover.
The book is about mentoring in a startup environment (mentoring startups is very different from mentoring in a large organization, there is no structure, no one to put a program together to give you guidance).
The book looks at world of startup entrepreneurs and how mentors can make a difference.
The proposed chapters include:
INTRODUCTION: The Bottomline
Mentors who have been there before you and successfully done what you want to do can be the key to your success . . . if you have a successful process for:
1) finding good mentors.
2) working with your mentors effectively.
3) listening to your mentors and applying their wisdom.
4) sustaining effective relationships with your mentors so that you are able to realize the benefits of having them.
5) giving back, either directly to your mentors and/or paying your learnings forward to others inside and outside of your startup into the communities (online and offline) you impact.
Chapter 1: Why this Book? Why Now?
Chapter 2: The Start-Up Environment
Chapter 3: Finding Good Mentors
Chapter 4: Mentors: How to Prepare
Chapter 5: Mentees: How to Prepare
Chapter 6: The Effective Session
or should it be something like "Making the Most of Your Mentor Meetings" or "Making the Most of Your Mentor Sessions"
Chapter 7: Tools that Make a Difference
Chapter 8: Building Your Network
Chapter 9: When Good Networking Goes Bad
Chapter 10: Quick Start Guide
Everyone thinks for Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, Richard Branson, etc. but it has to start somewhere. Mentors are the key to helping make your business a success.
This book is applicable to anyone who is an entrepreneur, wants to be, or someone that is helping them as a mentor.
Global in scope.
Definitely let's connect if you want to test anything out.
George Vukotich 708-259-3686