Everyone Needs a Mentor

By Coach Roger

It’s been a real blessing having worked under the tutelage of New York Times best selling author, the late Chet Holmes, who billionaire Charlie Munger – Warren Buffet’s business partner – called ‘America’s Greatest Sales Executive’.

I learned so much from Chet that it’s hard to pick out one gem. His mantra of pig-headed determination always getting you what you want is something I’ll always remember, not to mention the incredible sales skills he taught me.

The three years I was with his and Tony Robbins organization was very successful but unfortunately Chet suddenly became ill and, within a few months, he lost his battle with leukemia. Needless to say, that was a low point not only for everyone who worked for Chet but also for the world, he was a consummate professional and inspiring leader. As sad as that was, I had to move on.

Through a connection with a friend, it wasn’t much later when I met Tony Award nominee Dan Levine who is a creative and marketing genius. I’ve told him that too and spent the next (almost) six years with Dan’s voice over training organization, it was a tremendous experience.

Being mentored by two of the best sales and marketing minds in America will do a lot for one’s skill set and that’s the point of this post – not to brag how great some of my mentors have been – but the fact that YOU, my dear reader, should seek a mentor if you don’t have one. It will be a key to your success, whatever business you’re in.

Cue Dan Lok.

I discovered Dan Lok recently and delved into his YouTube channel. Holy cow, if you are in business, want to start a business or you are in sales or want to get into sales, Dan is the man. He teaches real world concepts and how to tackle specific sales situations. You can check him out here.