#MicrobizUS Chat: Mentorship & Entrepreneurs

#MIcrobizUS Twitter chat graphic Mentorship & Entrepreneurs May 9 at 2pm EST

Join us for the #MicrobizUS chat on Wednesday, May 9th at 2pm EST on our @microbizpodcast Twitter page with guest Sharon DeLay of Go-HR.

Twitter Chat Questions:

  1. Do you have a mentor? Who? (Personal friend, business associate, paid mentor, etc.)
  2. Why did you get a mentor?
  3. What one or two things has a mentor helped you with?
  4. Do you mentor someone else? Why did you decide to be a mentor?
  5. Most people think about mentors for career or professional advancement purposes. Should business owners have a mentor?
  6. How can business owners find a mentor?
  7. What is the difference between sponsorship and mentoring?
  8. Is a business coach a mentor?

Here’s a reminder on Twitter Chat Best Practices:

Twitter chat rules graphic for #MIcrobizUS chat on Wednesdays at 2pm EST

Why should you participate in a #MicrobizUS Twitter chat?

It’s a great way to network, meet people who like a lot of the same things you do (entrepreneurship, small business, mentoring), and you learn a lot of great tips and strategies you can try immediately! Join us at 2pm!

#MicrobizUS Twitter Chat Benefits graphic

What topics do you want to talk about on the next #MicrobizUS chat? Comment below!

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