I was brave (naive?) enough to introduce myself to the ex-CEO of one of Britain’s biggest publishing companies (I cornered him in a coffee shop). Why? Because I want to learn more.
I’m 29 and in the big scheme of things, I just don’t know that much.
Thankfully this kind soul didn’t mind me introducing myself and we’ve just finished our second meeting. I’ve got a huge amount of respect for what he’s achieved and it’s been really interesting to sit down and ask for his advice on a few things.
We went over our cash flow and talked about our goals and it’s amazing how I’ve already gotten fresh insight on a few important issues.
The best thing about finding a quality business mentor is that it helps you to see things from a new angle. No matter how much you know, you just can’t see everything without a little help.
We’ve made a pretty important decision on DropSend, based on our last meeting. I’ll share more on that later.