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After spending 10 years in the city working for investment banks to great success, I decided to jack that all in last year. I was not happy and I was not progressing personally. I have built up a large array of skills and contacts working within Business/IT Infrastructure sphere which I am happy to share with everyone.
So, I engaged a life coach who has been great out lining of my strengths and goals.
My issue is I don’t have one passion; I have several, Music, Sports, media and technology. My problem going forward I don’t want to be defined by one job/title. Being an entrepreneur appeals to me and hopefully I would be in the position to work with my passions but where do I start?
"Don't worry about the way in which people see you because everyone is different and the best and only person you can be is yourself. ..."
If you've lived, you've learned...and you've probably got a story to tell. Mentoring online is the perfect way to share your hard earned-wisdom with those who can benefit from your experiences and knowledge, all in a supportive, safe and secure online environment. It takes seconds to sign up and you never know who you might meet!
If you've tried using search and browsed the profiles on our site but can't find anyone who's quite right for you, send a request for a mentor to the whole community. You'll get some good responses and one or two may turn into mentoring relationships.