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    Super Mentors

    The Ordinary Person’s Guide to Asking Extraordinary People for Help

    Super Mentors: The Ordinary Person’s Guide to Asking Extraordinary People for Help outlines just how luminaries like Oprah Winfrey, Bradley Cooper, Richard Branson, and more built relationships that effectively opened doors and catapulted themselves to the next level.

    From careful study of 142 successful, high-profile individuals to in-depth research into higher education’s premier Career Access Platform™, authors Eric Koester and Adam Saven provide an easy to follow guide that revolutionizes mentorship for the modern age.

    In this book, you will learn:

    • How to create a plan that gets you access to your dream mentor

    • How to leverage the laws of Super Mentors to open doors

    • How to recognize the different types of Super Mentors and why each are crucial to your success

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    What Our Readers Are Saying

    “I loved the tagline: Aim Higher, Ask Smaller, and Do It Again. That sold me... there are lots of books about networking out there, but this is the first I'd seen that really made networking specific around building mentors who can open doors for your and give you opportunities.

    “Super Mentors was a fast-paced read, deftly weaving stories with punchy, practical takeaways. The framework is simple to follow, with detailed advice and guidance to execute. It brings the practicality of Atomic Habits to one of the keys of a successful career: help from others. If you've ever thought you were at a disadvantage because you didn't go to a prestigious school or work at a large, well-known company, this book is for you.

    “I was a little skeptical as there are a lot of books that tell people about mentors. But this was totally different... so practical and so reassuring.
    I realized I was thinking about mentoring backward -- you don't try to find a mentor. You find something interesting to work on and get people involved in it.


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    New York Weekly

    An incredibly practical and useful guide. Eric Koester and Adam Saven distill the most fundamental information about mentorship, so you can build the relationships to help you achieve more success, happiness, and wealth.

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    University Herald

    A book that will inspire millions of people to leap ahead in their lives and careers.

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    CEO Weekly

    Exhilarating and empowering… if you care about your success, you have to read Super Mentors.

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    Science Times

    Inspiring, hilarious, and insightful. Whenever you start to believe there’s no other way to solve your problem, let Koester inspire you to think bigger.

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