News and Articles About Mentors
When you're trying to meet people in person, here are things you shouldn't do.
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, global leaders discussed solutions for a must-solve problem. Here is how entrepreneurs can lend a helping hand.
Mentors and advisors are busy folks. Make sure you are prepared by answering these three questions.
The serial entrepreneur explains why a great company always starts with a strong foundation.
The fashion pioneer talks about what it takes to grow a successful business and become your own personal version of greatness.
What's the best advice a mentor ever gave you? Join the conversation and let us know.
Best practices for picking your mentor's brain.
Help your proteges reach their full potential with these four tips.
A sweet internship with Kona Ice helped Derek Taylor open his very own franchise.
Our expert attorney Peter Buckland offers up tips on forming a board of directors.
Ideas are a dime a dozen. But to be successful, your product needs to be something customers want. Here are a few tips on how to ensure you satisfy product-market fit.
Mark Cuban, Tim Ferris, Jon Taffer and more share their best words of encouragement and guidance.
Insider tips on how to best find and apply to the right accelerator for your company.
While brownies are always a good idea, here are three potentially longer lasting ways to say thanks to key people in your business life.
Getting the right advisor early-on can be the difference between scoring investors and losing them.
Listen to the advice that resonates with you, and ignore the rest.
What separates real entrepreneurs from the pack? A little tough love for the entrepreneurial generation.
You may be young with energy for days, but you don't know everything. Here are some tips for finding a perfect balance between youth and experience.
For our series The Grind, young entrepreneur Franco Capurro opens up about how he nabbed an amazing board of advisors by turning to his network and leveraging his current mentors.
Being strategic about who is in your network can speed your way to success. Here are four key groups to keep in mind.
The urge to start up can come on suddenly and powerfully. Here's how College Trep columnist Mark Burns got the entrepreneurial bug.
Interested in being a mentor? Make sure you have the right approach and expectations.
"Mirrors," whether friends or colleagues, can keep you honest with yourself and on track with your goals.
College Trep AJ Agrawal dishes about how he and GreekPull co-founder built a stellar team of mentors -- and you can too.
Power Mentors are super successful people who can offer startups a long-view perspective and wide network of contacts and resources. Here are some tips on how to find them.