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How these two brokers manage their mentor-mentee relationship

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Choosing a mentor for the first time, or looking to select a new mentor for your next stage of growth, can be a daunting experience.

In this episode of Elite Broker, host Annie Kane talks to Quality Financial Group’s broker and mentor Sue Hayter and her mentee, Janitha Silva from Universal Lending, to discuss how they get the most out of their mentoring relationship.

Tune in to find out:
· What they think brokers should look for in a mentor
· The things they might want to avoid
· Why having a mentor can be the key to success

And much more!

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