Posts Tagged ‘mentor’

Small Business and Startups: The Elements of Good Advice

Mike | September 29th, 2014

Every so often a really smart person, someone whose opinion you respect and intellect you admire will give you a piece of advice or some feedback. What do you do? You listen to them closely and carefully and, typically, you follow that advice or accept that feedback. The general rule for entrepreneurs especially is that, […]

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Dear Mentee

Mike | May 15th, 2012

Hi. I’m Mike. Yesterday Amanda posted an article in which she talked about the experience of professional life for a young person just starting out in her career. Well, as of tomorrow Amanda has been working at crowdSPRING for one year (note to self: get cake for Amanda); for the first few months she was an unpaid […]

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Dear Mentor

Amanda | May 14th, 2012

Hi.  I’m Amanda. I know you’ve seen me in and out of these parts for a little over a year now, but here’s a formal introduction: I’m 22-years-old and I just graduated from college.  I’ve been fortunate to have three internships during my undergrad years.  My tenure at crowdSPRING has included working on PR, marketing, […]

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