WHAT KIND OF IDIOT walks away from a six-figure job in Toronto and moves to a tiny fishing village in rural Nova Scotia? Tim Alison used to get that question a lot. His company went on to sell more than $10,000,000 worth of educational software. People don’t ask him that question anymore.
With more than 30 years experience as an entrepreneur, including 12 years as a small business coach, Tim turned his attention to writing and podcasting in 2018. While Tim spends most of his time working on his podcast, he likes to keep his skills current by mentoring a select group of fellow entrepreneurs.
Tim does not believe in a one size fits all approach. Each discussion with Tim is focused on the specific needs of his client. Tim won’t make decisions for his clients, but works hard to ensure they are positioned to make informed decisions. He also knows what he doesn’t know, and frequently refers potential clients to members of his network who may be better equipped to help with specific problems.
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Why Every Entrepreneur Should Have A Mentor
STARTING AND GROWING A BUSINESS CAN BE SCARY, especially if you don’t know what you don’t know. It’s easy to get advice from family, friends, online “experts” and others. Knowing what advice to trust is the hard part, and even if the advice you get is valid, generic advice will only go so far. That’s where a business mentor comes in. A business mentor is someone with more entrepreneurial experience than you, who serves as a trusted confidante over an extended period of time. A mentor is a person you can turn to when facing specific challenges, or when feelings of self-doubt creep in. Having someone to turn to that you can trust to provide objective advice and encouragement is an invaluable resource for any entrepreneur.
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