As I progressed in my professional career and gained more experience and responsibilities, I noticed the importance of having a strong network built of people that can serve as an advisor / friend. As my network grew I could also see that the more you let yourself guide and help by these advisors or friends, the better results you can get. After few years of being mentored and supported by this network of friends, I now understand how important having a mentor is, and therefore I’m happy to become one and serve as a friend / advisor in your early career.

My Mentoring Topics

  • Career development
  • Networking
  • Financial advice
  • Financial analysis
  • People skills
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Business administration

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