Why now is the best time to connect with a CEO mentor

The tremendous ease of Zoom makes this particular remote era the perfect time to find a high-profile mentor.

With an pandemic and economic downturn, it can be hard to find the silver lining, so here’s some potentially welcome news—the pandemic presents an ideal opportunity to find a mentor.

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